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Recommended Reading: Deloitte Finance and Art Report

The 2021 edition of the Art & Finance report comes at an uncertain and tumultuous time in our recent history. The world continues to feel the brunt of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the effects of climate change, social injustice, and gender inequality, to name just a few global challenges.

The question is, what role can art and culture play in addressing many of these challenges? On July 30, 2021, the G20 Culture Ministers agreed for the first time in history on a G20 Declaration on Culture, firmly positioning culture as an important driver for sustainable socio-economic recovery in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.

In a modest way, the Deloitte Art & Finance initiative aims to be part of this change and transformation. Uniquely positioned at the intersection of the arts business, culture, and finance, it aims to elevate the dialogue between these stakeholders; promote new models around finance and sustainable investment in art and culture; and amplify the role and importance of culture in improving our lives and society.

The report is free and can be downloaded from the Deloitte website here.



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