The Fleming Collection’s role as ambassador for Scottish art is built upon its collaboration with government agencies representing both the Westminster and Scottish Governments. Works from The Collection are hung at the Office for the Secretary of State for Scotland at Dover House on Whitehall, in the Scottish hub and reception area of the British Embassy in Dublin and at the Scottish Government’s London HQ, Scotland House.
Thus Scottish art, represented by artists such as Ann Redpath, Elizabeth Blackadder, David Michie, Craigie Aitchison, Stephen Conroy and Will Mclean, provides the backdrop to the business of government as well as for the numerous events and functions held in these prestigious buildings – illustrating soft power at work.
Inevitably access is controlled to these venues although visits by groups interested in the arts are sometimes possible. For further information please contact us.