Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art,75 Belford Road
Until 8 November 2009
Open daily 10am-5pm
(extended to 6pm in August), Free
The main displays at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art are drawn from the ARTIST ROOMS collection of over 700 works, recently acquired jointly by the National Galleries of Scotland and Tate, through the very generous donation of Anthony d’Offay.At the heart of the collection is the concept of individual rooms devoted to particular artists, so that their work can be seen in depth. Highlights in the opening displays include Vija Celmins’ delicate images of seas, deserts and the nights sky, Francesca Woodman’s intimate and moving surrealist influenced photographs, and an extensive display of work by Damien Hirst, including the iconic Away from the Flock.