Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art - Modern Two
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
Edinburgh's gallery of modern art is split between two impressive neoclassical buildings surrounded by landscaped grounds some 500m west...
Set in the valley that runs beneath the Dean Bridge (dene is a Scots word for valley), Dean Village was founded as a milling community...
Designed by Thomas Telford and built between 1829 and 1832 to allow the New Town to expand to the northwest, the Dean Bridge vaults...
A classic re-creation of a 1930s-style pub – a welcoming womb with warm wood and leather decor, complete with a jar of pickled eggs on...
Cafe Modern Two
This elegant cafe is dominated by a gleaming Victoria Arduino espresso machine and a plaster model of Eduardo Paolozzi’s statue of Isaac...
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Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art - Modern Two information
Directly across Belford Rd from Modern One , another neoclassical mansion (formerly an orphanage) houses its annexe, Modern Two, which is home to a large collection of sculpture and graphic art created by the Edinburgh-born artist Sir Eduardo Paolozzi. One of the 1st-floor rooms houses a re-creation of Paolozzi's studio, while the rest of the building stages temporary exhibitions of modern art.