Gallery spaces

The gallery comprises two distinct exhibition spaces.

White Gallery

Image of the White gallery during the Rosemarie Trockel exhibition.

Rosemarie Trockel exhibition, 2011.

The White Gallery has a changing programme of exhibitions, presenting the work of contemporary Scottish and International artists through solo, retrospective, and thematic exhibitions.

Georgian Gallery

Image of the Georgian gallery during the Objects of Education exhibition.

Objects of Education exhibition, 2011.

The Georgian Gallery is an impressive neoclassical interior, originally designed by William Playfair as a natural history museum. This recently refurbished room now hosts vibrant historic, experimental and academic exhibitions. The upper level of the gallery displays a selection from The University Torrie Collection; a bequest to the University of predominantly seventeenth century Dutch paintings and bronzes.

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