The Museum will reopen March 10, 2022 with a new season of exhibitions.

Creative Conversations: GTA21 Curators Rui Mateus Amaral, Daisy Desrosiers & November Paynter

Aura Satz

Preemptive Listening (Part 1: The Fork in the Road)

Mona Hatoum

Roadworks

Morgan-Paige Melbourne: My Ancestor Summons Me

Jeffrey Gibson

I am your Relative: Open Call

GTA360 — Virtual

Greater Toronto Art 2021

Current Exhibitions

Greater Toronto Art 2021
September 29, 2021
— January 30, 2022
Greater Toronto Art 2021
GTA360 — Virtual
October 15, 2021
— January 30, 2022
GTA360 — Virtual
Shift Key
January 1, 2022
— January 31, 2022
Shift Key
Aura Satz / Mona Hatoum

Public Programmes

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December 15, 2021
 — January 30, 2022
Morgan-Paige Melbourne: <em>My Ancestor Summons Me</em> (2021)

Morgan-Paige Melbourne: My Ancestor Summons Me (2021)

December 15, 2021
 — January 30, 2022
Creative Conversations: <em>GTA21</em> Curators Rui Mateus Amaral, Daisy Desrosiers, & November Paynter

Creative Conversations: GTA21 Curators Rui Mateus Amaral, Daisy Desrosiers, & November Paynter

January 27, 2022
TD Community Sunday: Night Walk Reading and Workshop by Illustrator Ellie Arscott

TD Community Sunday: Night Walk Reading and Workshop by Illustrator Ellie Arscott

February 6, 2022

Upcoming Exhibitions

Shirin Neshat 2022
March 10, 2022
— July 31, 2022
Shirin Neshat
Land of Dreams
Felix Gonzalez-Torres 2022
March 10, 2022
— July 31, 2022
Felix Gonzalez-Torres
Summer
Jeffrey Gibson 2022
March 10, 2022
— July 31, 2022
Jeffrey Gibson
I AM YOUR RELATIVE
Maria Qamar 2022
March 10, 2022
— April 24, 2022
Maria Qamar

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The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto is located on treaty land of the Mississauga of the Credit First Nation, an area on which the Haudenosaunee, the Wendat and the Anishinaabe have thrived through time. We acknowledge that MOCA is built upon occupied territories and respect our collective responsibility to protect and nurture the land and to recognize the legacies of colonial histories and the Indigenous voice within the museum’s programming.