july 15, 2021 - MOCA Toronto

MOCA Toronto Reopens to the Public on July 23, 2021 with Must-See Roster of Exhibitions

Current exhibitions have been extended beyond their original closing dates

Toronto, July 14, 2021 – The Museum of #contemporaryart (MOCA) #toronto will reopen to the public on July 23, 2021 with required advance timed-ticketing. Tickets will be available for purchase by the general public on the Museum’s website beginning on July 19. MOCA members receive free admission but are invited to reserve timed-tickets before their visit to enable social distancing. Members can access tickets on the Museum’s website beginning on July 16.  MOCA reopens with a new exhibition by #kapwanikiwanga and a sound installation by #joywong and #florenceyee. These are presented alongside acclaimed, site-specific exhibitions by Fatma Bucak, Michael Lin, Mika Rottenberg, and Krista Belle Stewart that debuted in 2020.  

Flowers for Africa: Kapwani Kiwanga – Floor 1 through August 29
熱鬧 (yeet nao): Florence Yee and Joy Wong – MOCA Stairwell Project through August 29
Archipelago: Michael Lin – Floor 1 through August 29
Spaghetti Blockchain: Mika Rottenberg – Floor 2 through August 22
Acts of Erasure: Fatma Bucak and Krista Belle Stewart – Floor 3 through August 15 

MOCA will launch Greater #toronto Art 2021 (GTA21), on September 29. This new Museum-wide triennial survey features twenty-one of among the most energizing artists and art collectives working in relation to the city today. To prepare for GTA21, the Museum will be closed August 30 - September 28, 2021.

MOCA's Executive Director and CEO #kathleenbartels said, “We so appreciate everyone’s efforts to help MOCA reopen and grateful to the artists whose work is on view. During the Museum’s physical closure, the MOCA team has been actively expanding digital offerings, securing funding to broaden the exhibition and education programmes, finalizing a five-year strategic plan, and developing a set of initiatives as we look towards the future. Being able to reopen MOCA as a safe and inspiring environment offers the opportunity to once again come together, albeit socially distant, to engage, discuss, and appreciate the essential role that art plays in our lives. We look forward to welcoming our visitors and members back to experience work by influential artists that garnered critical acclaim before and during shutdown.”


Further information in the press release to download