Written for an American audience this uses examples of standard American forms. But it will give insight to UK artists and those selling their work overseas.
Essential reading for artists, art dealers, and gallery owners, The Artist-Gallery Partnership: A Practical Guide to Consigning Art offers a unique and thorough discussion of consignment that clarifies all aspects of this crucial art world relationship. The book presents a provision-by-provision explanation of the Standard Art Consignment Agreement, a model contract between artist and dealer suitable for use. The contract is flexible, making it ideal for establishing consignment arrangements that are mutually beneficial.
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Everyone who needs a clear understanding of the legal aspects of art consignment will want the practical advice found in this definitive guide
“A fine example of a truly practical guide to consignment for the artist or craftsperson . . . . The Artist-Gallery Partnership is a practical nuts and bolts guide to drafting your own consignment contract and avoiding the pitfalls of an oral agreement based on a handshake and some vague promises or assumptions.”—Working Arts
“[The authors] have compiled almost every word there is to be said on the legal aspects of consignment selling. The book is aimed at clearing away the misgivings and misconceptions which abound on both sides of the fence.”—The Crafts Report
“Handles a complex subject in an easy-to-read style and includes a model contract and analysis of it.”—Arts Management
Dimensions: 6 x 9 inches
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