On the theme of sculpture, across the road from the CSMVS, at the National Gallery of Modern Art, is a retrospective of the work of the modern artist Ramkinkar Baij.
What does NGMA stand for?
NGMA stands for National Gallery of Modern Art
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Byline: DAVE POLLOCK CHURCHES Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, September 28 Almost by accident, Glasgow trio Churches have become one of the hottest bands in Scotland right now.
At the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh, for instance, there's a free drop in with everyone encouraged to draw or paint in the style of Picasso.
City to host international exhibition of rare photos THE NATIONAL Gallery of Modern Art ( NGMA) is ready to play host to one of the most ambitious contemporary photography exhibitions, quirkily titled Something That I'll Never Really See, from the collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum ( V& A), London.
The project features six life-sized figures positioned at intervals over three miles, between the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art and the sea.
The first figure is buried up to its neck in the grounds of the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, and the rest are in the river itself.
There are a number of free talks linked to the exhibition, including one with the generous and influential Anthony d'Offay who will be in conversation with Keith Hartley, chief curator and deputy director of the Scottish National Gallery Of Modern Art in Edinburgh, from 6.
Our first stop in Edinburgh was the National Gallery of Modern Art, to see Charles Avery's Islanders exhibition.