Vision - The Fidelity Art Collection is current, living, and evolving in response to the issues of today and the goals of tomorrow. As such, we collect artwork that is experimental, intellectually curious, and technically precise across all media.
Impact - The Fidelity Art Collection challenges the way we see the world around us, reflecting the spectrum of human experience. It catalyzes creativity, connects people, and embodies Fidelity’s values.
-Global portfolio of contemporary artworks
-Mix of emerging, mid-career, and established artists
- Headquartered in Boston and located in over 11M sq ft of investor centers and regional campuses in over 245 locations
-Delivers an authentic and quality experience, attracting both work talent and the larger customer base with a fresh approach to excellence
-Provides a tool box to spark creative and critical thinking enhanced by a robust calendar of programs
Key curatorial themes include
-Inspiration and innovation -curiosity
-The human journey -life markers and milestones
-Diversity and inclusion - a multiplicity of viewpoints
-Sustainability - engagement with changing environment
-Information growth - data translation and technologyStatus of collection:
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Fidelity’s mission is to inspire better futures and deliver better outcomes for the customers and businesses we serve. With assets under administration of $7.8 trillion, including managed assets of $2.8 trillion as of September 30, 2019, we focus on meeting the unique needs of a diverse set of customers: helping more than 30 million people invest their own life savings, 22,000 businesses manage employee benefit programs, as well as providing more than 13,500 financial advisory firms with investment and technology solutions to invest their own clients’ money. Privately held for more than 70 years, Fidelity employs more than 40,000 associates who are focused on the long-term success of our customers. For more information about Fidelity Investments, visit https://www.fidelity.com/about.
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