Museum of Contemporary Art
770 NE 125th Street Miami, FL 33161
The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) opened its state-of-the-art building to the public in February, 1996. The 23,000 square foot structure was designed by internationally acclaimed architect Charles Gwathmey. The Museum of Contemporary Art is known for its provocative and innovative exhibitions, and for seeking a fresh approach in examining the art of our time. MOCA maintains an active exhibition schedule, presenting 8 to 10 exhibitions annually, and has a permanent collection with more than 400 works by emerging and established contemporary artists. MOCA also offers a diverse range of educational and cultural programs. The mission of the Museum of Contemporary Art is to make contemporary art accessible to diverse audiences — especially under-served populations — by exploring the art of our time and its relationship to a broader cultural context. The Museum is particularly interested in providing a forum for young and emerging artists and in presenting local as well as international recognized artists. The Museum carries out this mission through exhibitions as well as related symposia, publications, films, lectures, performances, and educational outreach activities, thereby providing a forum for dialogue about contemporary art in the community.
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