The Museum along with it’s headquarters has been located on Pańska 3 and in the spring of 2017 it opened its new exhibition space now referred to as “Museum on the Vistula” to differentiate the two
The Museum on the Vistula is located at Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie, next to the Copernicus Science Centre and the University of Warsaw Library, in a pavilion designed by Austrian architect Adolf Krischanitz.
This pavilion was previously (between 2008 and 2010) used as a temporary abode of the Kunsthalle in Berlin. It was lent to the Museum free of charge by the Viennese Thyssen-Bornermisza Art Contemporary foundation, established in 2002 by Francesca bon Habsburg, which disseminates experimental art and architecture.
Filmoteka of the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw operates with the goal of digital protection and distribution of outstanding audiovisual works from Polish visual artists of the 20th and the early 21st century.