Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern One)
75 Belford Rd, Edinburgh EH4 3DR, UK
About Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern One)
It was one of the most iconic buildings in Edinburgh. You can explore a fascinating overview of Scotland past and present though a wealth of imagery encompassing painting, photography, sculpture and film. Its collection of modern and contemporary art dating from about 1900 to the present in two buildings, Modern One and Modern Two, that face each other on Belford Road to the west of the city centre.
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The National Galleries of Scotland cares for, develops, researches and displays the national collection of Scottish and international art and, with a programme of activities, exhibitions, education and publications, aims to engage, inform and inspire the broadest possible public. It has a collection of more than 6000 paintings, sculptures, installations, video work, prints and drawings and also stages major exhibitions.
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Capital city of Scotland. Edinburgh is Scotland's second-most populous city and the seventh-most populous city in the United Kingdom. It is the second-largest financial centre in the United Kingdom, and UK's second-most visited tourist destination.