ONE of Glasgow's most popular galleries has unveiled works bought with a £1million grant.
Experts say the cash from Art Fund International has helped transform the city's collection of exhibits by artists based outside the UK.
To mark the occasion, the Gallery of Modern Art has launched an exhibition called Tales of the City which covers every gallery in the city centre building.
GoMA and the Common Guild, a visual arts organisation in the city, were awarded the grant in 2007 and have been buying works ever since.
The latest to go on display is called Disorient and is billed as a spectacular cinematic video installation by Amsterdam based artist Fiona Tan.
So far, 41 works ranging from photographs to large-scale video installations by 14 artists from North America, Switzerland, Palestine, Holland, Germany, Croatia and Ireland have been acquired.
Archie Graham, chairman of Glasgow Life which runs the city's art galleries, said: "Everyone who sees these works will understand the impact this £1m funding has and will continue to have on our collection."
Art Fund director Stephen Deuchar said: "GoMA's take on urban culture is exactly the kind of innovative programming we had hoped to make possible through Art Fund International."