In the modern building there are 8 floors, designed by Japanese architects, and its shape looks like a pile of die, abandoned in a messy way. The floors are accessible, and provide open galleries that are flexible in how they can be showcased. The museum began collecting in 2000. Notice a bright painting on the facade of the building, the creation "Hell. Yes!!" by Ugo Rondinone.
The temporary exhibits in the museum are extremely varied, and the museum specifically puts an emphasis on upcoming artists, modern art techniques, and displaying unique and original art, outside the mainstream.
On Saturdays and Sundays the roof is open to the public for free, and there is a wonderful view.