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Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Modern Two


The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art is a must-see venue for modern and contemporary art. It is home to a fantastic sculpture park and Pig Rock Bothy.

Modern Two is home to a changing programme of world-class exhibitions and displays drawn for the permanent collection. On permanent display is a fascinating recreation of Eduard Paolozzi’s studio, as well as his 7.3m tall sculpture, Vulcan, that dominates the café. Modern Two is also home to the Gallery’s substantial library and archive, open to the public by appointment, and changing displays in the Gabrielle Keiller library.

Also in Modern Two is The Stairwell Project, a large-scale, permanent work by 2009 Turner Prize winner Richard Wright. Comprising several thousand individually hand-painted forms, the piece sits as Wright's most complex and ambitious work to date in Britain

Admission is free. A charge may be made for special exhibitions.


Monday – Sunday, 10am – 5pm
Disabled AccessToiletsBabychangingCafeShop

Contact

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Modern Two
73 Belford Road,
Edinburgh, EH4 3DS

0131 624 6200
www.nationalgalleries.org/visit/modern-two/
@NatGalleriesSco

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