Museum of Contemporary Art
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Museum of Contemporary Art information
A slice of Gotham City on Circular Quay West, the stately art-deco MCA has been raising even the most open-minded Sydney eyebrows since 1991. Constantly changing, often controversial exhibitions from Australia and overseas range from the incredibly hip to in-your-face, sexually explicit and profoundly disturbing. You'll also find Aboriginal art featured prominently. Quite simply, it's one of Australia's best and most challenging galleries.
At the time of research the MCA was closed for a $53-million redevelopment, grafting on the ultramodern cubic jumble of the new Mordant Family Wing. We're looking forward to taking in the view over Circular Quay from the new indoor-outdoor cafe on the 4th floor.