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MOCA announces opening date and inaugural exhibition BELIEVE

The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada will open its doors on May 26, 2018 and welcome 16 local, Canadian and other international artists with the timely exhibition BELIEVE. The world-renowned institution, which Architectural Digest has named one of the ?most noteworthy museums opening this year? invites the public for a free day of inclusive activities for individuals and families to get to know the new cultural centre.
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