City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh Galleries


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Photo Edinburgh Venue Venue Description Venue type
National Galleries of Scotland Reno
Scottish National Gallery The Scottish National Gallery (aka National Gallery of Scotland, National Gallery Complex) incorporates three buildings in the centre of Edinburgh: the National Gallery of Scotland (home to Scotland'... Galleries
Gallery of Modern Art
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art Award-winning gallery set in beautiful parkland/sculpture gardens. Galleries
The Scottish National Portrait Gallery
Scottish National Portrait Gallery The Scottish National Portrait Gallery provides a unique visual history of Scotland, told through the portraits of those who shaped it. Admission to the gallery is free, although an entrance charge... Galleries
Dean Gallery
Modern Art Two The National Galleries of Scotland's Modern Art Two, formerly called the Dean Gallery until rebranding in 2011, houses an extensive collection of Dada and Surrealist art. The building, which has been... Galleries
Ingleby Gallery Richard Ingleby's new gallery is the largest private gallery in Britain outside of London. Galleries
Fruitmarket Gallery Central, free public art gallery beside Waverley Railway Station, the Fruitmarket Gallery was originally built as a fruit and vegetable market in 1938, but has been o Galleries
City Art Centre, Edinburgh
City Art Centre The City Art Centre is a bright modern space in a former warehouse next to Waverley Station. Exhibitions are often of a more populist tone, accessible and interactive. Galleries
Open Eye Gallery entrance
Open Eye Gallery A commercial gallery that specialises in medium to high-end contemporary art. Favours paintings of a more flamboyant and vivacious nature. Galleries
Institut Français d’Ecosse The French Institute, aka L’Institut Français d’Ecosse, hosts a variety of French-themed cultural events including exhibitions, lectures and talks, concerts, free French film nig Galleries
Dundas Street Gallery A 700 foot, New Town art gallery owned by Bourne Fine Art, which specialises in Scottish painting and sculpture from the 17th century to the present d Galleries
Forest Fringe
Forest Cafe Situated in an old building (former Edinburgh Congressional Church) on several floors, in the Edinburgh University area, the co-operatively run Forest Cafe established itself as a hub for Edinburgh Galleries
The Quad
Talbot Rice Gallery The Talbot Rice is a University of Edinburgh owned gallery. Galleries
Doggerfisher
Doggerfisher Contemporary art from Scottish and international artists, just at the corner of Gayfield Square Garden Galleries
Out of the Blue
Out of the Blue Drill Hall The Out of the Blue Drill Hall is a fifteen minute walk down Leith Walk from Waverley rail station. Galleries
Patriothall Gallery Small local, artist-led gallery, which is supported by the Edinburgh City Council, is a good place to find work by emerging and mid-career visual artists. Galleries
Dovecot Studios A studio, exhibition and living space in former Victorian swimming baths that is elevating the time-honoured craft of weaving to an artform. Galleries
Edinburgh Printmakers Established in 1967 as the first open access studio in Britain, Edinburgh Printmakers (EP) is dedicated to the promotion of contemporary printmaking practice providing, maintaining and staffing an Galleries
UNIONgallery Privately owned art gallery exhibiting and selling work by contemporary artists, in particular, paintings and sculpture. Opened in June 2009. Galleries
The Henderson Gallery New Town gallery founded in August 2008 in converted offices. Galleries
Modern art
Inspace Gallery Inspace is a public engagement lab on the ground floor of Edinburgh University's Informatics Forum. Galleries