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Culture Unwrapped - art in the age of Covid

Covid has made the art market more local, inclusive, and socially responsible. But how many of these changes will remain after the pandemic eases?

Olly Mann and The Week Unwrapped’s Kari Wilkin are joined by gallery director Marisa Bellani. This week: Covid has shifted the way the world consumes fine art, making the market more local, inclusive, and socially responsible. But how many of these changes will remain after the pandemic eases?

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