Gallery Social: Temples to Tenements| Photographs of Architecture (for anyone affected by dementia)
Fri 25 Sep 2020
10:30am - 12 noon
This exhibition has been postponed. As you will be aware our Galleries are currently closed due to coronavirus which has impacted our planning for upcoming exhibitions. Thank you for your understanding. You can sign up to our newsletter for updates on exhibition opening dates.
Temples to Tenements | Photographs of Architecture is the fourth instalment of a popular series of free exhibitions which use a central theme in the history of photography to explore the richness of the National Galleries of Scotland collection.
Architecture is a record of human life past, present and future. From early photographic experiments to the manipulation of digital images, the built environment is one of the most enduring themes in the story of photography. This fourth in the series explores the world around us through the work of photographers as diverse as Hill and Adamson, Thomas Annan, Andreas Gursky and Chris Leslie.
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We provide a sensory map of the building to help visitors identify areas with changes in light, smells and noise. It locates seating areas and less crowded, quieter spaces. Printed copies are available from the front desk at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery.
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