Paolozzi at 100


Marvel at the eclectic work of Edinburgh-born artist and pioneer of Pop Art, Eduardo Paolozzi in a special exhibition marking his 100th birthday.

Lady looking at Paolozzi 100 Exhibition at the National Galleries Scotland: Modern
©Neil Hanna
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West End

27th January - 21st April
Free admission

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Wheelchair access throughout

Wheelchairs or mobility aids provided

Paolozzi at 100 at National Galleries Scotland’s Modern Two showcases some of this iconic artist’s most popular artworks, from tapestries to tile designs, and much more.

This free exhibition invites visitors to take a step inside the eclectic mind of Paolozzi and explore his take on popular culture and the machine age through his most popular works.

Tour through his early work from the late 1940s, to his designs and prints of the 1960s and 1970s, and later epic public art projects. Delve in to works such as his Mickey Mouse tapestry made with the city’s Dovecot Tapestry Studio, and graphic and gold ceramic plate collaborations designed with Wedgwood. Marvel at his colourful mosaic designs for Tottenham Court Road Underground station, and don’t miss the kinetic energy of the Calcium Light Night and Moonstrip Empire News screenprints.

3 ladies taking selfies next to Timeline Board of 100 years of Eduardo Paolozzi at National Galleries Scotland: Modern Two.
©Neil Hanna

Located on Belford Road, Modern Two is a 15 minute walk from Haymarket Train Station. If travelling by bus, it is serviced by route 13 of Edinburgh Coach Lines

Visitor parking is available at the gallery, with a requested donation of £5.00 for up to 4 hours and £9.00 for 4 to 8 hours. There is free accessible parking for blue badge holders.

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