The Museum of Contemporary Art of Isfahan is located next to the Museum of Decorative Arts on Ostandari Street in Isfahan.
The buildings of both museums are parts of the historical mansion of Rakib Khaneh, which belongs to the Safavid period, which was used as the house of Massoud Mirza Zel-e Sultan, the ruler of Isfahan, after reconstruction and alterations in the Qajar period.
In Isfahan Museum of Contemporary Art, exhibitions of paintings and calligraphy and other contemporary arts are held periodically.
On the other hand Museum of Decorative Arts includes different sections such as calligraphy and writing artworks, various pens and lacquer objects, jewelry and metal utensils, painting section (different styles of Iranian painting), handicrafts section, traditional rugs and glass, pottery, porcelain and wooden works. This museum also has a library in all fields of art.