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台北当代艺术馆 Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei

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星期二:10:00 - 18:00

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2.6万

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台北当代艺术馆为古蹟建筑,红砖表面,木造屋架,垂直长条型的窗,黑瓦洋风斜屋顶,在日据时期是台北市建成小学校校舍,台湾光复後为台北市政府办公处,1994年台北市政府迁往信义计画区,市府大楼正面建筑作为美术馆使用,东、西侧两翼部份为建成国中校舍。

美术馆名称本为「台北第二美术馆」,後由「北美馆」独立出来,在2000年正式更名为「台北当代艺术馆」,展示各种当代艺术作品。为更让民众理解作品内涵,馆内提供免费语音导览下载、免费语音导览借用、免费团体导览服务,周末有座谈会、系列演讲、工作坊活动,不时举办研习营,欢迎民众报名参加。

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主题分类
历史建筑 艺文馆所 北北基景点 无障碍旅游推荐景点
导览服务
平日定时导览、假日定时导览、预约导览
推荐对象
亲子共学、校外教学
推荐月份
整年
电话
+886-2-25523721
传真
+886-2-25593874
邮箱
services@mocataipei.org.tw
地址
台湾台北市大同区长安西路39号

相关连结

开放时间

星期日 10:00 - 18:00
星期一 休息
星期二 10:00 - 18:00
星期三 10:00 - 18:00
星期四 10:00 - 18:00
星期五 10:00 - 18:00
星期六 10:00 - 18:00

收费 / 门票

每周一休馆,每周二至周日开放时间为10:00 - 18:00,且售票於当日17:30停止服务。

$50 一般民众
$45 持魔卡加购门票 9 折
$45 现场出示台北卡购买门票享有9折优惠、艺术商店中本馆自行开发之商品9折

团体票
$40 20人以上,门票8折

优待票
1.未满六岁并由成人陪同之儿童
2.身心障碍者及其监护人或必要之陪伴者一人
3.持有下列有效证件者:
- 魔卡会员
- 本国国小学生
- 观光局核发之导游证(旅游团体适用)
- 低收入户证明 Low-income person
- 敬老证-65岁以上之长者
- 国际博物馆组织之会员证
- 台北市建成国中/志仁高中师生
- 持有志愿服务荣誉卡
- 设籍台北市55岁以上原住民

特别方案
- FAMILY DAY 亲子日
开馆期间,每周六日及国定假日10:00 - 12:00,只要是亲子同行,就可以免费参观展览。

- COMMUNITY DAY 社区日
开馆期间,每周二至周日10:00 - 12:00,凡大同区居民凭证件(限本人),即可免费参观展览。

- SCHOOL DAY 学校团体日
开馆期间,每周二至周五10:00-17:00,凡由教师带队之公私立学校学生团体,於两周前向本馆申请预约并经核准者即可免门票参观展览。入馆後请至服务台办理登记事宜。

小叮咛

参观注意事项 Notice on Visiting

1.请勿於展场内使用行动电话进行谈话。
2.请勿於展场内高声谈笑、追逐嬉戏、饮食、吸烟及抛弃纸屑、杂物。
3.服装不整、携带宠物者谢绝进入参观。(导盲犬除外)
4.请配合将长宽大於A4尺寸(21cm*30cm)、厚度超过9公分的随身行李及包包置放於寄物处,若有现金及贵重物品,本馆提供轻巧手提袋,请洽服务台索取。
5.本馆目前全面开放摄影,为维护现场观展品质,请勿使用闪光灯、自拍棒、脚架及录影,展场工作人员亦不提供摄影服务。不便之处敬请见谅。同时请尊重艺术家之智慧财产权及作品版权所有。

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Review

TripAdvisor 猫途鹰评论

4 236则评论 我要评论

旅客评等

  1. 2 糟透了
  2. 15
  3. 43 一般
  4. 89 非常好
  5. 87 很棒

旅客类型

  1. 31 家庭
  2. 47 伴侣
  3. 84 单独旅行
  4. 3 商务
  5. 41 好友出游
  • thelonious22

    Seongnam

    Nice inexpensive Museum

    2019-12

    Museum of Contemporary Art had a reasonable admission charge so I took a look despite limited explanations in English. There wasn’t any permanent exhibitions and two temporary ones were on display. One was on display outside in the public area. The one in the paid area about the recent conflict in Hong Kong took up most of the inside space. Other than some political flyers and posters, there wasn’t much English explanation available and one had to be pretty knowledgeable about the conflict to fully appreciate most of the pieces.
  • scottofhawaii

    Honolulu, Hawaii

    旅客类型:

    Solo travel

    😲⚡🔌shock🔌⚡😲

    2019-12

    I did something here that I never did at any other museum I've ever visited: I took notes. As I was leaving, I told this to one of the girls at the front desk, and she asked me why. My answer was shock. Probably not that severe - disturbed might have been a better answer. The most accurate answer is probably unknown to me right now. My notes took the form of a list; here are some - some with afterthoughts: ⚡Liberation of California/Earl Turner Film Diaries - Probably spent the most time watching this film. Some kind of dark right-wing story about California separating from the rest of the country. If this film was made by an artist to depict the danger of right-wing thought, I think it does more harm than good. I can see those animals adopting it as some kind of inspiration. ⚡Fukushima ⚡Nuclear Weapons ⚡Hong Kong Protests - Interesting poster displays and a film with actual scenes from the protests. My feelings have now genuinely moved away from indifference over these events. ⚡Bloodied Dog - A film that that has a dog with blood all over itself? I couldn't tell if it was its own blood or not. Is this really necessary? Is this really art? ⚡ 2016-2-17/Syrian Refugees/Calias Jungle - Definitely some other than artistic kind of agenda here, probably on the curator's part. I truly believe there is some kind of deep sadness about the lack of compassion and humanity in how governments deal with refugees and immigration and those issues. I just wonder who the curator has opened-up his own personal home to.⚡Kurds - In a video an old woman laments, "We don't want mothers of policemen, guerillas, and soldiers to cry." If only our leaders thought that way. Part of a quote written on a wall by a Japanese artist states, "Use of materials that unsettle the viewer is a good thing I believe." Materials didn't unsettle me here, content did. One display I found aesthetic beauty in was the large multimaterial heart with its delicate use of bamboo. Bamboo never unsettles me; it gives me passion in good ways.
  • gcincinnati

    Tokyo, Japan

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    Couples

    Even during the setup it was nice

    2019-11

    We went yesterday on our way to our hotel and even though the museum was in the middle of setting up the next show, we could still enter to see the one thing on display - with no charge! We were glad to walk around and have a look at the work we could see as well as what was outside. Maybe check the website to see what’s on before you go, but we felt it was worth the trip! We saw work from George Ho and Interminable Prescriptions for the Plague.
  • Sandy5259

    Vancouver, Canada

    旅客类型:

    Couples

    Only one exhibit open as they prepare new installations

    2019-11

    Not really worth going. Only one exhibit and we were in and out within 20 minutes. Some interesting wallhangings.
  • rjs1130

    Luzon, Philippines

    Contemporary

    2018-12

    We went there, but its closed. But, still, the beauty of the arts outside are astonishing. Must-go place when you visit Taiwan.

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