Modern art raises many questions, it is difficult to understand, sometimes it may seem superficial or contrived.
Indeed, this is possible, but there is another side. The side where, as soon as you decide to enter its territory, the fear of the unknown and incomprehensible disappears.
There is a need for knowledge of the history of art, a strong school, a large and deep experience, and the ability to independently interpret what has been seen.
And such freedom of interpretation begins to impress the viewer, reinforcing intuition, opening the possibility to think deeper and expanding the scope of his perception.