The Museum of Modern Art in Olomouc is located in an Art Nouveau building at the Republic Square and contains collections of fine and commercial arts. The so-called „Three-nave hall“(Trojlodí) and the cabinets on the first floor serve to hold temporary exhibitions of Czech and international art. The Museum specializes in visual art of the 20th and 21st centuries. It holds long-term and short-term exhibitions of Czech and foreign modern art. One of the most successful exhibitions has been the one of Victor Vasarely, founder of the famous art direction op-art, as well as the exhibition of most popular Czech painter and illustrator Josef Lada.
On the second floor there is a permanent exhibition devoted to Dutch painting of the 16th to 18th century from the collection founded by the Bishop of Olomouc, Karl II. of Liechtenstein-Castelcorn. From the attic you can climb to a lookout glass turret, from where you can get an interesting view of the historical city center.