|Glasgow City Centre Contemporary Art Trail , Glasgow City Centre|
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The Glasgow City Centre Contemporary Art Trail showcases the many diverse and significant pieces of work that can be found there.
The Trail includes 14 pieces of contemporary art, including: Untitled (Jim Lambie, 2004, Barrowland Park); Cherub Skull (Kenny Hunter, 1997, Tron Theatre); The Clyde Clock (George Wyllie, 1999, Killermont Street); Tympanum (Niki de Saint Phalle, 1996, Gallery of Modern Art); and Bridge Columns (Ian Hamilton Finlay, 1990, Broomielaw).
The location of these pieces ranges from Rose Street and Renfrew Street down to Nelson Mandela Place and the Broomielaw, and over to Hutcheson Street, Rottenrow and around Glasgow Cross.
Glasgow's City Centre Contemporary Art Trail is part of the council's City Centre Strategy, and aims to give residents and visitors an opportunity to enjoy - in a unique way - some of the fantastic contemporary art than can be seen from the streets of the city centre. The Trail also underlines the notable cultural role that Glasgow has played, and continues to play, in Scotland, the UK and Europe.
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