Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland Cleveland, OH

The Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland presents the art and ideas of our time. The first building designed in the United States by Farshid Moussavi Architecture (FMA), the Museum serves as a catalyst for creativity and growth in a cosmopolitan Cleveland neighborhood, which is home to one of the country’s largest concentrations of cultural and educational institutions. Founded in 1968, MOCA Cleveland, a leading force in the cultural life of Northeast Ohio, is recognized nationally and internationally for its vital and creative exhibitions and public programs. These strive to challenge, inspire, and teach a wide range of audiences. Through approximately eight exhibitions a year, all accompanied by public and education programs, and many also by scholarly catalogues, MOCA Cleveland brings the work and ideas of a diversity of national and international artists to its audiences. MOCA’s critically acclaimed exhibitions have included The Teacher and the Student: Charles Rosenthal and Ilya Kabakov (2004), Yoshitomo Nara (2004), All Digital (2006), Diana Cooper (2008), Sam Taylor-Wood(2008), Hugging and Wrestling: Contemporary Israeli Photography and Video (2009), Marilyn Minter: Orange Crush (2010), Inside Out and From the Ground Up (2012), and Kate Gilmore: Body of Work (2013). 

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About Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland

The Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland presents the art and ideas of our time. The first building designed in the United States by Farshid Moussavi Architecture (FMA), the Museum serves as a catalyst for creativity and growth in a cosmopolitan Cleveland neighborhood, which is home to one of the country’s largest concentrations of cultural and educational institutions. Founded in 1968, MOCA Cleveland, a leading force in the cultural life of Northeast Ohio, is recognized nationally and internationally for its vital and creative exhibitions and public programs. These strive to challenge, inspire, and teach a wide range of audiences. Through approximately eight exhibitions a year, all accompanied by public and education programs, and many also by scholarly catalogues, MOCA Cleveland brings the work and ideas of a diversity of national and international artists to its audiences. MOCA’s critically acclaimed exhibitions have included The Teacher and the Student: Charles Rosenthal and Ilya Kabakov (2004), Yoshitomo Nara (2004), All Digital (2006), Diana Cooper (2008), Sam Taylor-Wood(2008), Hugging and Wrestling: Contemporary Israeli Photography and Video (2009), Marilyn Minter: Orange Crush (2010), Inside Out and From the Ground Up (2012), and Kate Gilmore: Body of Work (2013). 

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