As part of an effort to improve wellbeing in the workplace, a survey of London-based workers by the Affordable Art Fair found that over 1/3 of them felt that having art nearby would improve their productivity and increase creative discussions with their co-workers. Many workers reported being unable to see any art from their workstation. Preferred forms of art would be landscapes or abstract paintings. Adding art could lead to improved profits for the company.
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