In 2010, there were 150 temporary pieces on display at the museum - all of which belonged to Tanimoto. However, since 2011 the museum exhibits more than 200 permanent works. In addition to the permanent exhibition, there are many temporary exhibitions that are periodically showcased. Today, the museum also includes a restaurant and a small boutique.
To portray the vastness of the universe, Di-Maccio decided to include perpendicular mirrors on all four sides of the "Grande Toile". As a result, the World's Biggest Oil Painting actually extends into infinity. Below is a sketch showing how the mirrors create the sense of infinity on the Grande Toile.