MOCA or Museum of Contemporary Art, all Thai arts would be exhibited here. Starting from entrance, you can admire the unique design of the building. After entered the main building you would see many arts and product display in there. It’s the place you can live for the moment or you can enjoy with your friend.
There are both temporary exhibitions and permanent exhibitions. Some of them are Thai artists, some of them are from international artists
Displays the sculpture and painting of Chalood Nimsamer, also display art works of Paitun Muangsomboon
Displays a series of mixed media artworks by Kamol Tassananchalee, a National Artist in Visual Arts, also displays Thai contemporary art from different themes and concepts such as social knowledge and Buddhism of other artists
Thai contemporary art from many artists such as Sompop Budtarad, Chuang Moolpinit, Somphong Adulyasarapan and Prateep Kochabua
Displays artworks by Thawan Duchanee, Thai famous artist. There is the exhibition called “Passage across the universe” which I was really impressed.
Display international contemporary art from other countries such as China, Vietnam, Malaysia, Japan, Russia, Italy, Norway, and the USA. The famous exhibition here is “Richard Green room”
Most of exhibition halls can take a photo, and there are many beautiful corner to take some pictures. Even on the passageway, you could take the beautiful and instagramable photo.
At the main door, there is one small cafe, recommend to try
How to get there
By BTS – get off at Kasetsart University station and then take taxi or bus
By MRT – get off at Chatuchak Park station and then take taxi or bus
By Bus – No. 29, 69,134, 187, 191, 504, 510, 555
Museum of Сontemporary Art
499 Kamphaengphet 6 Road, Ladyao, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900 Thailand