Featuring exhibitions of work by Kapwani Kiwanga, Athena Papadopoulos, Susan For Susan and Serkan Özkaya opening this spring
TORONTO, Jan. 12, 2023 – Today, the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto (MOCA) announces its 2023 programming, with new exhibitions opening across the spring, summer, and fall seasons. After a successful year of programming in 2022, MOCA aims to continue to spotlight world-renowned artists and artworks, be internationally recognized for a programme of new commissions, and provide a community space for enrichment, collaboration, and creativity.
Later in 2023
Visionary Support for MOCA in 2023 is provided by Gilles and Julia Ouellette, The Price Family, Castlepoint Numa, and an Anonymous donor.
REMEDIATION is supported by BMO as Presenting Sponsor, Richard and Donna Ivey as Lead Supporter, Jack Weinbaum Family Foundation and Fondation DRG as Foundational Supporters, Partners in Art, Hal Jackman Foundation, Liza Mauer and Andrew Sheiner as Major Supporters, and the Support of Consulat Général de France à Toronto.
ni4ni v.3 is supported by The Schulich Foundation.
Seeing the Invisible is supported by Jack Weinbaum Family Foundation and The Schulich Foundation as Foundational Supporters and Kiki and Ian Delaney as a Major Supporter.
MOCA is grateful for ongoing support from the City of Toronto, the Government of Ontario, the Ontario Arts Council, and the Canada Council for the Arts.
About MOCA Toronto
The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto (MOCA) presents rotating exhibitions that prioritize twenty-first-century artistic production, primarily through commissioning of new work. Artists, partnerships, experimentation, and reciprocal initiatives are at the centre of MOCA’s mission as a locally rooted and internationally connected organization. Focused on core values promoting equity, inclusion, access, courage, and responsibility, MOCA fosters active participation and engagement to serve as a welcoming cultural hub in the hyper-diverse city of Toronto.