The beautiful brick building is still a pride of the town today. In 2003 Andrzej Wajda suggested that a pavilion for one of the greatest collection of Polish contemporary art of the town should be built in Radom. Several months later, Kaja Koziarska, Radom inhabitant, suggested that the exhibits of contemporary art should be collected and displayed in the building of the power plant.
Finally, in 2005 the local parliament of the Mazowieckie Voivodeship established a new institution of culture called the Masovia Contemporary Art Centre “Elektrownia”. The first exhibition was opened a year later. In the years 2010-2014, the building of the institution was expanded.
Today, in the spacious modern interiors of the building, the museum holds exhibitions of Polish and foreign art, performances, meetings with artists and curators, sessions, and conferences. There is also a cinema in the building. The centre creates its own collection of contemporary art, as well.