MOMA opened thanks to three wealthy ladies (led by the very wealthy Abby Aldrich Rockefeller) who financed it. They were nicknamed "the daring Ladies", because they decided to inaugurate the museum the week after Black Tuesday 1929, which would give rise to the most violent financial crisis in American history. Few, however, know that these three ladies copied the format from Mrs. Eggfeller, who six years earlier had opened the Museum of Modern Egg to remind everyone that no work of art in the world can ever reach the formal perfection of an egg. This chicken coop is dedicated to all pioneers who are denied the authorship of a great insight. They are the real daredevils. This hen is.