MoCA Shanghai (上海当代艺术馆)

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People's Park, 231 W Nanjing Rd
上海市, 200003
+86 21 6327 1282

Foursquare Tips

  • Only 15 seconds at the Infinity room. In advance, set your camera to ISO 800, f1.4, 1/25s.
  • MoCA shows a wide range of Chinese contemporary artwork alongside international exhibitions. Its glass walls make for an even more enjoyable time when the sunlight shines through. Admission is 15RMB.
  • Dior exhibit was amazing! the dresses to the set design, every display was well thought out and planned.
  • Famous Chinese director's micro shots and videos. Interesting perspective.
  • Esprit Dior exhibition. From sept 13rd to nov 10th. This spirit of visionary designer Christian Dior.
  • The place I went to, in the park, only had 2 artists on display. I enjoyed their work, but most people seemed to be there for the rooftop patio. Did I miss a whole wing or something?
  • Sometimes a good idea. Only 15rmb entrance too.
  • Giving Tastes Good - visit www.chifanforcharity.org
  • Culture Chanel, a month-long exhibition, will run through Mar 14. It showcases 400+ designer pieces, artworks, manuscripts and films.worldwide.
  • Abstracts flowers of Shanghai showing now with the Mona Lisa for kids. Good but small museum though
  • Friday to 7PM, recommend in by 5:30PM, Kusama Yayoyi. Don't come by 3:30PM will wait for 30min.
  • After 18-00 ticket price 20yuan only!
  • The Chen Man exhibition is cool till feb 7' 2012 go and see!
  • Try coming late (the place closes @9pm) you will be able to enjoy it quietly
  • Many different show throughout the year to be enjoyed
  • As of July 2016 expect installation art not as cool as the images being shown on foursquare. No dot sticker room or infinity room exhibits. Cheap entry fee though!
  • They don't accept visa cards for payment the entrance fee, I mean, c'mon it's a tourist place! I couldn't get in as I didn't have enough cash. Such a pity!
  • After the very expensive entrance fee I could not believe how shallow the art exhibition was. Definitely do not go. For modern art, go to Beijing.
  • A decently sized museum, more like a gallery space. Spend a few hours and then go up to the second floor cafe for a nice aerial view of People's Park.