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Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai (MoCA Shanghai) was founded in 2005 as the first private contemporary art museum in China. Housed in the heart of Shanghai in People’s Park, our vision from the beginning has been to “gather together excellent artwork from around the world,” and to provide a platform for showcasing Chinese and international contemporary artists. Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai 上海当代艺术馆 Wikimedia | © OpenStreetMap Established 2005[1] Location People's Park, 231 Nanjing Road (West), Shanghai, China Coordinates 31.233316°N 121.468084°E Director Miriam Kung Website www.mocashanghai.org The Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai (MOCA Shanghai; Chinese: 上海当代艺术馆) is a contemporary art museum in the city of Shanghai, China.[2] It is located within People's Park, north of People's Square, the location of a former racecourse that now holds the central administrative building and museums of Shanghai. Surrounding buildings include the Municipal Government Headquarters, the Shanghai Grand Theatre, the Shanghai Art Museum and the Shanghai Museum. Contents 1 History 2 Exhibitions 3 MoCA on the Park 4 See also 5 Notes 6 References 7 Further reading 8 External links History[edit] MOCA Shanghai was founded in 2005 by the Samuel Kung Foundation as the first non-profit, independent, contemporary art institution in Shanghai. The glass building that houses the exhibitions is a reworking of the former People's Park Greenhouse by Atelier Liu Yuyang Architects. The ground floor and first level of the museum have a total of 1,800 square meters (19,400 square feet) of exhibition space, with the two levels connected by a sweeping steel ramp.

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Gate 7 People’s Park 231 Nanjing West Road, Shanghai China.


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