Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei (MOCA Taipei)

Photo:Eva隨手拍

Photo:Eva隨手拍

Photo:Eva隨手拍

Photo:Eva隨手拍

Photo:林仲哲

Photo:林仲哲

Photo:林仲哲

Photo:林仲哲

Photo:林仲哲

Photo:林仲哲

Photo:林仲哲

Photo:林仲哲

Photo:林仲哲

Photo:林仲哲

Photo:林仲哲

Photo:林仲哲

Photo:林仲哲

Photo:林仲哲

Photo:林仲哲

Photo:林仲哲

Photo:Eva隨手拍
Photo:Eva隨手拍
Photo:林仲哲
Photo:林仲哲
Photo:林仲哲
Photo:林仲哲
Photo:林仲哲
Photo:林仲哲
Photo:林仲哲
Photo:林仲哲
 Built in 1921, the former Taipei City Hall building was originally the home of Jan Cheng Elementary School. Opened during the Japanese ruling period, the school had a student body that was predominantly Japanese with only a handful of Taiwanese students. In the post-war era, it was used to house the city government and became an important landmark for local citizens.

Not until year 1993 when Taipei City Government relocates into its new quarters and in 1996, the building renovation started for the designated historic landmark. The building reopened in May 2001 as the “Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei” and since then, it has become a new landmark on the city’s culture map. Its foundation has based on the principles of art innovation, heritage revitalization and contemporary culture connection. Over the past 9 years, the museum has hosted more than a hundred exhibitions from local and overseas artists. Combining historical architecture and contemporary art, MOCA Taipei has provided a prime reference point for local citizens exchanging experiences. In addition, the Museum’s collaboration with Jan Cheng Junior High School has also strengthened its educational role. It is a great example of the redevelopment of old spaces while promoting art and culture in the communities.

MOCA Taipei amplifies a perfect combination of contemporary art, historical architecture and technology thanks to the joint efforts of Taipei City Government, the local community, artists and the business world. Besides displaying contemporary art in new and usual media within a beautiful historical setting, it will bring innovation into Taipei and art into the community. MOCA Taipei seeks to be a valued neighbor in the community.
Notice:
1.Laughing and speaking loudly, talking on cell phone, eating, smoking and littering are prohibited in the museum.
2.Visitors are asked to dress appropriately when entering into the museum.
3.Pets are prohibited inside the museum.
4.Picture-taking is allowed inside the museum. To maintain the quality of the exhibition, do not use flash, tripod, selfie stick and video-shooting. Please also respect intellectual property rights and copyright of the artworks.

K.Lin

opening hours:

Tuesday-Sunday, 10:00a.m.-6:00p.m.
Closed on Mondays.
Tickets sold until 5:30pm

expenditure brief:

General Admission: TWD 50
Group Tickets:20% discount for groups of 20 or more
MOCArd members:10% discount for MOCArd members

Admission is free for:
1. Children under six years old, accompanied by adult(s)
2. Persons with disabilities (must be accompanied)
3. MOCard Member
4. Elementary school student or Teachers and students of Jan Cheng Junior/Zhiren Senior High School
5. Licensed tour guides with visiting group
6. Veteran or Retired government functionaries and teacher
7. Low-income person
8. Senior citizen (above sixty-five years old)
9. Member of ICOM, AAA, AICA
10. Holders of a City of Taipei “Volunteer Service Honor Card”
11. Taiwanese aborigines aged 55 years old or above and registered household in Taipei
(should provide valid certificates)

Free Admission to the Museum on the Following Days:
1. Family Day:Every Saturday, Sunday, and national holidays, 10:00-12:00.
2. Community Day:Every Tuesday to Friday, 10:00-12:00, Datong Residence (presenting Certificate)
3. School Day:Every Tuesday to Friday, 10:00-17:00, any student group of 20 people in Taiwan or more can visit the museum free of charge.

The above fees are for reference purposes only; actual costs are informed at the actual venue and we do NOT give any prior notice.

available parking areas:

Paid Parking

Jan Cheng Junior High School Parking Lot, TWD15/30 min

Directions:

By Taipei MRT:
Take Taipei MRT-Danshui Line (捷運淡水線) to MRT Zhongshan Station (捷運中山站). Walk along Taipei MRT Underpass (捷運大街) towards Taipei Main Station (台北車站) to ChangAn West Road exit (長安西路出口).

By Bus:
Take bus no. 216, 217, 218, 220, 224, 247, 260, 287, 310 to Zhongshan Market stop (中山市場站).

Drive on your own:
No. 1 National Highway (國道一號): Taipei Chongqing N. Rd. Interchange (台北重慶北路交流道) -> Sec. 2 Chongqing N. Road (重慶北路二段) -> Sec. 1 Chongqing N. Road (重慶北路一段) -> ChangAn W. Road (長安西路) -> Museum of Contemporary Art (台北當代藝術館)

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