Richard Ingleby's new gallery is the largest private gallery in Britain outside of London. Comprising of 3 floors (6000 square feet), it overlooks platform 2 of Waverley Station.
The gallery aims to stage six exhibitions annualy on the 1st floor, with a concurrent series of six smaller shows in a second gallery space at street level for new artists.
There is also a permanent space devoted to prints and editions, including a new print each quarter to mark the gallery's Billboard for Edinburgh project, where international artists are commissioned to create an advertising hoarding on the outside wall of the new building.
One of the venues of the Edinburgh Art Festival.