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MOCO Museum Barcelona | A unique independant museum worth visiting

MOCO Museum Barcelona opened its doors to visitors on 16 October, 2021 and is housed in Palacio Cervelló, the former property of the noble Cervelló family until the 18th century. The property has been transformed into a fantastic modern and contemporary art venue, the MOCO Museum's second location after Amsterdam. MOCO Museum Barcelona is also hosting Guillermo Lorca's first European solo show, Esplendor de la Noche, curated by the famed auctioneer and art dealer Simon de Pury, in which the modern Chilean artist merges enchantment and realism. Here is everything you need to know about MOCO Museum Barcelona tickets, exhibitions, timings, getting there and more!

Why visit MOCO Museum Barcelona?

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Your MOCO Museum Barcelona ticket explained

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Moco Museum Barcelona: Entry Tickets with Banksy and More

This MOCO Museum Barcelona ticket includes entry to all the permanent collections and temporary exhibits within the museum. Get a chance to admire artworks by Andy Warhol, Banksy, Salvador Dalí, and more! Your admission ticket will offer you access to all the exhibits and immersive art installations including those by Studio Irmam and TeamLab.

  • Super Flexible Cancellation Policy: Get a full refund on canceling this ticket up to 24 hours before the schedule.
  • Discounted Tickets: Children aged 12 and under can go for free. Youths aged 13-17, as well as students, enjoy reduced ticket pricing (carry a valid photo ID).

Exhibitions at MOCO Museum Barcelona

MOCO Museum Barcelona is committed to presenting a diversified and fascinating selection of modern, contemporary, and one-of-a-kind works of street art to the largest possible audience. The mission of the MOCO Museum Barcelona is to engage visitors with artworks and the values that it conveys. The current lineup of specially curated exhibits include:

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MOCO Masters – Modern

  • The MOCO Masters have made a significant contribution to art, culture, and society in the Modern period. They produce work that evokes the future, inspired by the past but grounded in the present.
  • Each expert is acclaimed for his or her singular perspective. They make work that is timeless because they dare to change the world.
  • Some of the artists featured in this exhibition include Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Salvador Dal, Damien Hirst, Keith Haring, KAWS, and Yayoi Kusama.
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MOCO Masters – Contemporary

  • The next generation of masters, the MOCO Contemporary artists, are making their mark right now.
  • MOCO Masters Contemporary artists challenge the status quo and inspire us to think about ourselves and the world around us. They are the modern voices of tomorrow, the ones who are about to inspire the next generation, beyond the present.
  • This exhibition includes works by David LaChapelle, Hayden Kays, Harland Miller, Julian Opie, Nick Thomm, and Takashi Murakami, among others.
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  • It was not commissioned by Banksy, nor was it curated in partnership with him; rather, it is a tribute to one of the most influential artists of our time.
  • The MOCO Museum houses a wide range of artwork throughout Banksy's illustrious career. Pest Control, the only official agency that verifies the artist's works, has supplied a certificate of authenticity for all exhibited pieces.
  • Some of this exhibit’s highlights include Girl with Balloon and the Crude Oils series.
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Digital Immersive Art: teamLab, Les Fantômes & Studio Irma

  • Through this display, teamLab, Les Fantômes, and Studio Irma explore the infinite possibilities of digital art.
  • New worlds arise, engrossing and transporting us and leaving an indelible mark. The general population has embraced this new art form since it encourages new forms of communication.
  • This immersive approach to creating multimodal surroundings that enrich and empower your museum experience is supported by this MOCO Museum exhibit.
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  • This is the first specialized exhibition hall in Europe dedicated to the NFT phenomena. NFTs have revolutionized how we purchase and sell, and they are now the future of digital art.
  • The MOCO Museum presents a collection of NFTs by some of the world's most innovative digital artists. These uncommon and one-of-a-kind works represent the digital art of the future.
  • Crypto assets that document the ownership of digital goods are known as non-fungible tokens. They are one-of-a-kind and uncommon goods that cannot be easily duplicated.
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Guillermo Lorca – Esplendor de la Noche

  • Guillermo Lorca's Esplendor de la Noche is the first European solo exhibition of the modern Chilean artist at MOCO Museum Barcelona.
  • Simon de Pury, a famed auctioneer, art dealer, and one of the most influential men in the art world, curated the exhibition.
  • The unsettling world of Guillermo Lorca is filled with giant yellow-eyed cats and other strange monsters. Large-scale oil paintings with bizarre storylines and dreamlike sequences are created by the young Chilean artist.

Plan your visit to MOCO Museum in Barcelona

Getting there
Facilities & Accessibility
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  • MOCO Museum Barcelona is fully wheelchair accessible.
  • Discount is available for carers of differently-abled individuals.
  • Senior citizens can enter the museum with discounted tickets.
  • Strollers can be parked at the museum, but they cannot be used in the museum rooms.
  • Online tickets are available for MOCO Museum Barcelona.
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  • Barcelona Cathedral
  • La Sagrada Familia
  • Cascada del Parc de la Ciutadella
  • Arco de Triunfo de Barcelona
  • Plaça de Catalunya

Visitor tips

  • Book your tickets to MOCO Museum Barcelona well in advance if you know when you want to visit.
  • Reach the MOCO Museum at the earliest hour of the day if possible to avoid crowds.
  • Don’t forget to claim your student discount when booking tickets.
  • Entry is free for children below the age of 12, so make sure to take advantage of the facility.
  • Visit the website before going to the museum so you know which exhibitions are currently active.
  • Check out the museum webshop for cool merchandise like clothing, phone cases, posters, and caps.

Frequently asked questions about MOCO Museum Barcelona

What is MOCO Museum in Barcelona?

MOCO musuem Barcelona is contemporary art museum that exhibits iconic works by celebrated modern and contemporary artists and rising stars like Dali and Banksy. It opened its door to the public on 16th October 2021.

What are the main attractions at MOCO Museum in Barcelona?

MOCO Museum in Barcelona has a variety of exhibits and attractions. Some of the highlight exhibits are MOCO Masters – Modern and MOCO Masters – Contemporary.

Where is MOCO Museum Barcelona located?

MOCO Museum Barcelona is located on Carrer de Montcada, 25, 08003 Barcelona, Spain.

What are the timings of MOCO Museum Barcelona?

MOCO Museum Barcelona is open from Mondays to Thursdays between 10 AM to 7 PM. From Fridays to Sundays the timings are 10 AM to 9 PM.

Where can I buy MOCO Musuem Barcelona Tickets?

The best place to buy MOCO Museum Barcelona tickets is online to get the best deals and discounts.

How can I get to MOCO Museum in Barcelona?

You can reach MOCO Museum in Barcelona by car, take the metro or take a bus. It is easily accessible by public transport.

What attractions are near MOCO Museum in Barcelona?

Once you finish visiting the museum you can visit landmark sites like Sagrada Familia and Barcelona Cathedral that are situated a short distance away from MOCO Museum in Barcelona.

Is MOCO Museum in Barcelona open to visitors?

Yes, MOCO Museum in Barcelona opened its doors to visitors on 16th October, 2021.

How long does it take to explore MOCO Museum in Barcelona?

It should take between 2-3 hours to see all the exhibits and explore MOCO Museum in Barcelona in its entirety.