Gallery of Modern Art
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Great collection of modern art and also Scottish contemporary art. Find local artists and browse artworks for sale. Galleries in Glasgow are FREE ENTRY.
GoMA is located in the centre of Glasgow. It contains four galleries, a café, a shop and a library. We are a world class art museum and a place for people to gather, to learn and to share ideas. We display, borrow and collect artworks from around the world.
The Gallery of Modern Art is the main gallery of contemporary art in Glasgow, Scotland. GoMA offers a programme of temporary exhibitions and workshops. GoMA displays work by local and international artists as well as addressing contemporary social issues through its major biannual projects.
Scotland's most visited art gallery and the centre for Glasgow's extensive modern and contemporary art collection. Found in the heart of Glasgow in Royal Exchange Square, GoMA is FREE to enter.
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