Join Dr Patricia Allerston, Co-Director of 'Celebrating Scotland's Art': The Scottish National Gallery Project, in conversation with Alice Strang, Associate Director at Lyon & Turnbull and former Senior Curator of Modern and Contempory Art, to discuss Scottish Art in 100 Works, a new book published by the National Galleries of Scotland. This publication marks the opening of our new suite of galleries devoted to Scottish art at the National, in the heart of Scotland's capital city. It presents a rich selection of the nation's Scottish collection. A significant number of works that appear in its pages feature in the new Scottish galleries and in a related programme of changing displays, but this book is also much wider in scope and includes Scottish highlights from across the collection. The 100 works have been chosen by curators working in each part of the National Galleries of Scotland and cover the period from 1570 to 2022.
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