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Left to right: Paula Ridley, Director of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation UK Branch; Rt Hon Tessa Jowell MP, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport; Penelope, Viscountess Cobham, Chairman of the Museum Prize Trust.
 
Left to right: Richard Calvocoressi, Director of Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art; Penelope Viscountess Cobham, Chairman of the Museum Prize Trust.
 
The second Gulbenkian Prize for Museum of the Year was won by the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh.
 

The award was announced at a ceremony at the Royal Academy of Arts in London on 11th May 2004 by Chairman of the Judges, Loyd Grossman, who said:

“Landform is an inspirational, beautiful project which will completely transform the experience visitors have at an already outstanding gallery. Landform has the potential to actually change people's ideas about what a museum does and can do.”

 
 

Short List 2004

Long List 2004

Judges 2004

Winner 2003

Charles Jencks, designer of Landform, accepts the Prize on behalf of the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.  
 
Left to right: Richard Calvocoressi, Director of Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art; Charles Jencks; Penelope Viscountess Cobham, Chairman of the Museum Prize Trust; Loyd Grossman, Chairman of Judges.
 

 

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