28 January 2009
The Government Art Collection is a unique British cultural resource dating from 1898. With its 11,500 works, the collection comprises pieces from the sixteenth century to the present day, including works by Constable, Nash, Hepworth and Blackadder. While many works are displayed in embassies and government offices around the world, this behind-the-scenes tour reveals the collection in the London office.
6–7.30pm; London W1, directions on ticket; SOLD OUT