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The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada is in a defining phase of its evolution. With a track-record developed over a ten-year period in Toronto’s Queen West, MOCA is set to expand into the iconic, Auto Building situated in Toronto’s Junction Triangle in spring 2018.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada is in a defining phase of its evolution, as it moves into a landmark heritage building and further advances 20 years of exhibiting, collecting and nurturing innovative contemporary art and cultural practices. The museum is currently creating a new home for contemporary art that will reflect and bolster the city and country’s reputations as stimulating places to think, create and shape the future. In spring 2018, MOCA will move into a 55,000 sq. ft. purpose-designed home in a former industrial space at the heart of a new neighbourhood. It will function as an inclusive cultural catalyst where artists and audiences can step into a wider world of contemporary art, and be part of a global movement defined by new ideas and new forms.
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