An excellent museum: free to enter and an extensive, varied, exhibition programme. I was impressed with range of work, all from the 21st century and from both home and abroad.
The building is not a lot to look at and the ciculation spaces fail to inspire, but the exhibition spaces are large in size and in number. The size of the exhibition space worked well with works on show and i happily spent a couple of hours walking around. Outside are a collection (more of a clutter) of bronze and stone sculptures providing a hint to what might be contained within the otherwise anonymous looking building.
Worth a visit but takes a while to get there.
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