How might art inspire grantmaking that improves global food access, healthcare, economic opportunity, clean energy and combat climate change? Those are the questions that drove The Rockefeller Foundation to take a uniquely innovative approach to selecting its permanent installation of artwork for its newly renovated 420 Fifth Avenue headquarters.

In an effort to embody its values of equity, inclusion, collaboration, transparency, social justice, and innovation, The Rockefeller Foundation hired the curatorial team SGJ Co-Lab to curate the artwork for their newly renovated space.

This team of ten artists, scholars and curators represent diverse cultures, ethnicities, and gender as well as expertise in contemporary art from Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Latin America, First Nations, Europe and North America, and Folk Art traditions.

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