Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art Two (Dean Gallery)

Interesting
The gallery is located in an imposing neo-Classical building, built by architect Thomas Hamilton in 1833. The collection brings 20C Scottish art to the fore, offering a survey of international movements, from Fauvism to contemporary artists (Freud, Bacon, Hirst and Hockney), not forgetting Surrealism, Russian neo-Primitivism, Abstraction and Pop Art.

Useful information

Adresse : 

rd. Belford 75

Phone:

+44 131 624 6200

Price:

free of charge

Opening hours

[10am-5pm - closed 25-26 Dec - admission charge for some exhibitions]

Nearby tourist attractions

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
A wood-panelled location houses the
90 minutes
St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral
St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral
With its three giant spires, the
15 minutes
Charlotte Square
Charlotte Square
Designed by Robert Adam in 1791, this
60 minutes
The Scotch Whisky Experience
The Scotch Whisky Experience
Here you will find out anything and
30 minutes
Edinburgh's New Town
Edinburgh's New Town
Young architect James Craig (1710-1795)
30 minutes
Princes Street
Princes Street
Originally, Princes Street was the
15 minutes
See all

Other ideas « Art and Culture »

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
A wood-panelled location houses the
90 minutes
St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral
St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral
With its three giant spires, the
15 minutes
The Scotch Whisky Experience
The Scotch Whisky Experience
Here you will find out anything and
30 minutes
See all