Formerly the Art Gallery of North York, the Museum of
Contemporary Canadian Art opened its doors in 1999 keen to display
modern Canadian art that addresses current Canadian narratives.
Situated in trendy downtown Toronto, Mocca boasts a collection of
400 artworks by 140 different Canadian artists, despite its small
size. With most works created since 1985, Mocca offers great
insight into contemporary Canadian society. A country once renowned
for its loose immigration laws, Canada is home to a mix of
cultures, which makes for a stimulating art world. Look out for
group exhibitions with international artists and the annual Mocca
Award in Contemporary Art.
Address: 952 Queen Street West Website: www.mocca.ca Telephone: (416) 395 0067 Transportation: Shaw Street subway station Opening Time: Open Tuesday to Sunday, from 11am to 6pm. Closed on
Mondays Admission: By donation
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