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4. Discounts. A gallery may decide to reduce the sale price under certain conditions, as stated in your contract. This practice is offered in the form of discounts. Artists or galleries can also vote on a „no-discount“ directive. Offering a discount raises two immediate questions. First of all, who takes the discount? Secondly, if the responsibility for the discount is to be shared between the gallery and the artist, how much should the artist wear? In the consignment agreement, the Committee provides two options for managing rebates. It is proposed to discuss this issue with the gallery. For more information, see the discount document for professional guidelines. Read here how to create record reports with the Archive artwork. 6. Accounting. It is a good business practice for both the artist and the gallery to regularly compare the list of inventories.

Remember, the work on the show is the artist`s property. The investment of time, materials and overload makes the artist the responsibility to be inventoried as much as the gallery. Here are a few details to make sure your mailing report covers if it is not explicitly covered by an initial consignment agreement, or if there are changes for that consignment period. Even in the best relationships of trust and a good working relationship, there is no substitute for a contract. In order to minimize potential conflicts and hopefully avoid them, the rights and obligations of the artist and the gallery should be clearly included in a contract. Don`t rely on assumptions and memories of verbal conversations. A good contract, such as the consignment contract developed by the Professional Guidelines Committee, is fair to both parties. It is in the interest of both parties to discuss all of the issues that have been presented here. The contract describes the responsibilities and rights of the gallery and the artist. 18. Applicable law. This Agreement is governed and complied with state laws – a mailing report or shipping sheet is a formalized agreement between artists and galleries.

The record reports define the conditions of sale, are interested in the nature to be maintained and work to define the relationships between artists and galleries. 17. Others. Any amendment, cancellation or addition of this Agreement must be written down and signed by both parties. This agreement is the whole agreement between the parties. There are pros and cons to an emissions agreement. One advantage, for example, is that sending a gallery can allow for a risky or difficult job, since its money is not engaged in the stock of purchases. One drawback, however, is that, although the artist`s work is owned by the gallery, the artist will not be paid until the work is sold. This business agreement is so complex that there may be misunderstandings and difficulties if the parties have not been clear about the terms of the agreement from the outset. Exclusive: In some cases, you may include information about restrictions or expectations of representation. Some galleries, for example, will want to establish exclusivity in an artist`s representation or will have arrangements for artists with multiple gallery performances.

It`s always up to you, as an artist, to decide what`s good for your career. You can also work with the gallery to set the time frame in which exclusivity takes place. However, the exclusivity of galleries in the digital age is changing, as artists have more opportunities than ever to sell their works.