Artist Gallery Exclusivity Agreement

Count of unique works of art. For unique artworks with a sale price of $500 or more, the gallery shows the name, mailing address, and phone number of the customer/collector purchasing the artwork. The artist undertakes not to contact the client to sell works of art directly to the client and the gallery is informed or receives a copy of any communication between the artist and the client that relates to this work of art as long as the contract remains in force. 11. Commission. Some types of sales may or may not be covered by a gallery`s contract. For example, a gallery representing an artist living in the same city might want to receive a percentage of all commissions received by the artist or a percentage of all studio sales. A short period of time (usually one week or less) should apply to all authorisation periods. The gallery`s insurance should cover all works sent after authorization. There are a few cases where you should definitely not agree with exclusivity: 16th duration and end of the show.

This clause states that the contract is first valid for a long period of time, then that it continues until termination. Assuming the relationship has been good for years, it is always advisable to re-evaluate and formally renew the contract with the gallery every two years (or, for example, consider another contract for a major solo exhibition). This clause also describes how the contract can be terminated. On the other hand, the term “non-exclusive” means that the artist can sell the same work to a number of companies within the indicated geographical area. One.

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