The Artist-Gallery Partnership: A Practical Guide to Consigning Art

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Skyhorse Publishing, Inc., Dec 13, 2013 - Art - 216 pages
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Artists, dealers, and gallery owners will welcome this clear explanation of the consignment contracts that lie at the heart of the relationship between artists and galleries. Updates include the latest developments in state laws and all of the current statutes in the 32 states that have laws regarding consignment sales. A thorough discussion of the Standard Consignment Agreement, covering agency, consignment, warranties, transportation, insurance, pricing, gallery commissions, promotion, return of art, and more, plus a ready-to-use contract, is included. Want a clear understanding of art-consignment law? Get The Artist-Gallery Partnership.
 

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Contents

CONSIGNING
The Consignment Relationship
Laws Governing the Consignment of
The Standard Art Consignment Agreement
Agency Purposes
Consignment
Warranty
Duration of Consignment
Paragraph13 Accounting
Additional Provisions Paragraph 15 Termination of Agreement Paragraph 16 Procedures for Modification
STATE CONSIGNMENT LAWS
Maryland
The StateArt Consignment Laws
Massachusetts
Tennessee
A The StandardArt Consignment Agreement

Paragraph5 Transportation Responsibilities
Responsibility for Loss or Damage Insurance Coverage
Fiduciary Responsibilities Paragraph8 Notice of Consignment Paragraph9 Removal fromGallery Paragraph 10 Pricing Gallerys Paragraph 11 Promoti...
F Organizations for Artists and Galleries
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TadCrawfordgrew up in the artists' colony of Woodstock, New York. He is the author of many nonfiction books andhis writing has appeared in venues such asArt in America, the Cafe Irreal, Confrontation, Communication Arts, FamilyCircle, Glamour, Guernica, the Nation, and Writer'sDigest. The founder and publisher ofAllworth Press, he lives in New York City.

Mellon is a craftperson who served as director of The Artist/Craftmen's Information Service

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