Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Edinburgh) Reviews
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Newest Review: ... of two large areas, one used for temporary loan exhibitions, and one used for the gallery's permanent collection. Exhibition space is very well lit, and spacious, providing an excellent venue for appreciation of the art. The permanent collection is displayed chronologically, and only a selection from the gallery's collection are shown at any one time. French artists are ... more
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by - written on 23/07/00, updated on 23/07/00 (Very useful, 138 readings)
The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art can be found in spacious wooded grounds a long way west from the centre of the city. It's about half an hour's brisk walk from Princes Street through Dean Village. The gallery was established in 1959 as the first British collection of twentieth-century painting and sculpture. Sculptures can be found in the grounds, including works by Jacob Epstein, Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth and Edinburgh-born Eduardo Paolozzi. Exhibition space consists of two large areas, one used for temporary loan exhibitions, and one used for the gallery's permanent collection. Exhibition space is very well lit, and ... Read the complete review
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