The MOCAK Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow is the first and the largest museum of its kind in Poland built from scratch after the war. It was established in 2011, on the site of the former Oskar Schindler factory, according to the design of the Italian architect Claudio Nardi. On an area of over 8,000 m2, it houses the MOCAK Collection presentation space and temporary exhibitions, Alfa Gallery, MOCAK Bookstore, a cafe and an audiovisual room (which hosts numerous lectures, meetings and shows). The collection exhibition is located on level -1, temporary exhibitions are available on the second level. The smaller building B houses a gallery with individual temporary exhibitions, design, sound and text. The MOCAK collection currently comprises 4,557 works by 235 artists from 32 countries around the world, with roughly half of the collections being works by native artists. The exhibition, which changes annually, is organized according to problems or media, including works corresponding to the temporary exhibitions. Every year, MOCAK organizes about 15 temporary exhibitions. Undoubtedly, the most important of them is the World Through Art series. Each of its exhibitions touches upon a different issue of key importance to society. The museum is a very interesting place for all modern art lovers.