Hidden behind the Usher Hall and the Traverse Theatre, these two sister galleries are recent additions to Edinburgh's ... More
Hidden behind the Usher Hall and the Traverse Theatre, these two sister galleries are recent additions to Edinburgh's burgeoning art scene - and very smart they are too. The smaller of the two galleries lends itself well to exhibitions of paintings, whilst the larger is great for mixed shows. The ethos is predominately contemporary, with local and new artists featured in changing exhibitions. All of these items are for sale. It is not open permanently - check that there's a show on before arranging a visit. Admission: is free.
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Generally accepted as Scotland's 'Best Gallery' for contemporary art, the Fruitmarket should not be missed. It was converted into a
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The Scottish Gallery, established in 1842, is Scotland's oldest commercial gallery and is a great place to find contemporary paintings,
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