In the main building realised by Egyptian architect Hassan Fathy, the visitor can find a collection of modern and contemporary art. The first floor hosts "Dreaming Stones" an installation created specifically for this space by German artist Rebecca Horn. It also exhibits a selection of drawings and illustrations by Domenico Gnoli, made in Majorca and Rome between 1964-69, among these are the famous series "The Monsters", for which Robert Graves wrote the text and that in 2013 was exhibited in the central Pavilion of the Venice Biennial.
On the first floor you can also see a selection of more than 50 photographic portraits of key artists of the 20th and 21st centuries, in black and white and in colour, by the renowned German art critic Werner Krüger, who kindly gave part of his personal archive to the Foundation. Among the represented artists are: De Chirico, Kounellis, Moore, Tàpies, Tinguely, Beuys, Baselitz, Oldenburg, Ando, Newton, Schnabel, Vostell, Johns, Kiefer, Barceló, Serra, and Hartung.
This wing also contains a sculptures room, including works by Meret Oppenheim, Miralda, Takis and Alan Rath, among others.
The great Hall and part of the second floor is reserved for temporary exhibitions. On the second floor, are the sculptures by Vu Cao Dam (1908-2000), father of Yannick Vu, considered one of the best Vietnamese artists of the 20th century.
The eastern subtlety of the exhibition contrasts with the beauty of the coffered “Mudejar” polychrome coffer ceiling of the last room, dated 1498 and declared "Heritage of the Balearic Islands", a unique experience and that will delight those who are interested in the art of that period.