The Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA) is the most visited modern art gallery in Scotland. It opened is 1996 and is housed in a neoclassical building which it shares with the city centre library. The building once served as the Royal Exchange, a centre for business and commercial exchange where information and goods were traded.
GoMA's permanent collection includes works by the "new Glasgow boys" as well as John Bellany and Stanley Spencer.
The Library at GoMA, houses a café, free internet access terminals, and an extensive collection of art and design books alongside its general books for loan.