Frequently Asked Questions
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GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE MUSEUM
MOCA BANGKOK locates at 499 Kamphaengphet 6 Road, Ladyao, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900, the building is right next to Benchachinda Holding Building (Twin glass building) or can search in the Google maps application by typing “MOCA BANGKOK”.
Adults 250 THB, Students with ID 100 THB, for group tour please kindly email: email@example.com
It takes around about 1-2 hours. The duration of the museum entrance is not limited to visits per time.
- BTS – Take “Mo Chit” exit then transit to public transportation or taxi.
- MRT – Take “Chatuchak Park” exit the transit to public transportation or taxi.
- Bus – Bus Station Office of Atoms for Peace 1: Bus number 29, 69, 134, 187, 191, 504, 510, 555
- Car – From Vibhavadi-Rangsit Rd., heading north, turn left at Wat Samien Naree Temple, then turn right and drive along with the railway (local road), passing one traffic light, MOCA BANGKOK is on your left. or you can search in the Google maps application by typing “MOCA BANGKOK”.
Available at the ticket office in front of the museum entrance.
Tuesday – Sunday 10:00am-06.00pm (Closed on Mondays)
MOCA BANGKOK closed only on Mondays. If there are additional holidays, you can view the announcement from our website or from Google maps post.
The tour bus can park in the museum. Please kindly inform in advance, so that we can facilitate.
Museums offer free WiFi to access at MOCA Café.
We do have MOCA Café for visitor access to the ground floor. The Café is ideal for a quick meal, and we served hot, cold drinks and dessert.
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT ART AND ARTISTS
MOCA BANGKOK can help answer queries about works in the collection but we are not in a position to give general information about art and artists.
MOCA BANGKOK is unable to authenticate or value works of art owned by private individuals.
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT TEMPORARY EXHIBITION
Temporary exhibitions at MOCA BANGKOK range from major retrospectives, historic and group shows to commissions for specific display spaces. While MOCA BANGKOK focuses on producing exhibitions Thai contemporary art, as well as displays from the MOCA BANGKOK collection. MOCA BANGKOK’s exhibition programmes are planned one years or more in advance, and most exhibitions are the result of proposals generated by our in-house curatorial teams or collaborations with other institutions. The majority of exhibitions and commissions arise from direct invitations to artists and curators. At present, MOCA BANGKOK is open for project presentations through proposal. If you would like to send an exhibition proposal or examples of your work this should be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submissions will be reviewed by staff in the respective curatorial teams, but please note the following:
- We only accept submissions by email
- You should include a letter introducing your work/project to us.
- If you are proposing an exhibition, please tell us your ideal timescale for realising the project
- MOCA BANGKOK will only be able to respond to those proposals which would be appropriate for our programmes
- MOCA BANGKOK will endeavour to respond to those proposals of suitability within two to three months; we are grateful for your patience while we consider them
OTHER GENERAL INFORMATION
MOCA BANGKOK does not allow use of the MOCA BANGKOK logo on personal or commercial websites without prior consent.