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Remarkable modern art

The Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA) is located in the square of the Exchange. It is an elegant, neoclassical building dating back to 1775. The building once housed the stock exchange and the library, but today it is home to the GoMA, a truly bizarre exhibition of remarkable modern art. I recommend a trip, even if you're not a lover of modern art.


Beautiful building

Beautiful building built in 1829 that housed the Glasgow Stock Exchange. The town hall took over the building after World War II and it was used as a library until 1996, where it was transformed into a Gallery of Modern Art (one of the largest contemporary art galleries outside London). Curiously we found a statue with a traffic cone on its head, I guess the night was interesting, we as we going to the airport early in the morning, we could enjoy the masterpiece of partiers at 6am.


An elegant gallery

The Gallery of Modern Art (opened in 1996) is located in Scotland. This elegant, neo-classical gallery in in the heart of Glasgow. It features an attractive combination of old and new architecture. Since its opening, it has received several million visitors. The gallery is known for its education, and access to the studio, facilitating workshops and artist speeches in the library basement. The building also has a cafe, free internet access terminals, and multimedia, art and general facilities for visitors. Among the exhibits in the gallery include works by David Hockney, Sebastiao Salgado, and

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