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Went during the week of lunar new year. The museum was so busy it was difficult to see most displays. People were pushing and blocking sight of the exhibits. Lots of historical pottery and art sculptures
Entry fee of $50, you also need to check your back packs $10 for the locker but was refunded automatically,
The exhibition we saw was art from the aboriginal people of Taiwan, quite a cross section of works, plus one amazing piece by New Zealand...More
Went on the morning of New Year's Eve but was told by staff at entrance that there was a power failure and they weren't sure when it would be restored. We tried our luck after lunch at a nearby hotpot restaurant and it was open....More
They hassled us a bit about whether the over 70 one of us was really over 65 (and thus will qualify for a free entrance). It was pretty obvious, but they insisted on seeing his id that stated his birth date. Also, the checking the...More
We went to MOCA to see “Trans-Justice: Para-Colonial @ Technology”. It was a great exhibition and is worth a look.
The museum has a very nice cafe which we visited a couple of times, although prices aren’t cheap.
My criticism of MOCA, and why I...More
Small museum but in an area that has lots of fun things to see. There’s a lot of English friendly signage. Very indicative of the thriving arts scene in Taiwan. Very different from the national palace museum. Not too crowded even on a Saturday.
Terrific place to catch up on what the contemporary art scene is like in Taipei and Taiwan. Thoroughly enjoyed spending part of an afternoon wandering through the exhibits. Certainly an arts gem in Taipei not to be missed. Very close to Taipei Main Station and...More