This appears to be York Art Gallery's only contemporary art space. The venue itself, in Coppergate, is a deconsecrated church and itself has some beautiful stained glass and clear windows but it is small and, presumably limited in what it can display. The current exhibition is of Bruce Nauman's work and the literature which accompanies it struggles to make a connection between his neon works and the stained glass windows and the central sculpture with the trinity. The staff seemed surprised to see anybody visiting and, indeed, there were only about 4/5 people there at the time. York, which is resplendent with history, seems to lack any affinity with modern art and this location might be better used as a "taster" for contemporary art on a wider scale in this otherwise attractive city.