C. If the exhibitor is the first exhibitor in the guided tour of the exhibition, the exhibitor agrees to pay: (i) transportation costs, including, but not limited to, actual costs for sending crates and lenders of works to the shipper outside the place of consolidation; (ii) transportation costs, including, but not limited, receipts and shipping costs from the organizer, the shipper outside the consolidation field at the exhibitor`s premises and (iii) transportation costs, including, but not limited, the organizer`s cash and shipping costs and the organizer`s courier fees at the location of the next exhibitor. If you can imagine a children`s art project or a “family project” related to your work, why offer it to the exhibition staff. You may be delighted to have new ideas for the public or schoolchildren. Artists can improve the effectiveness of marketing, promotion and advertising of an exhibition – and the visibility of their work, even in a large exhibition with many artists. First, the artist should send photographic images to the exhibition sponsor for three to four months (or more) before the exhibition opens. Also insert a one- or two-page CV. If you have past articles about yourself or your artworks that refer to the theme of the show, include them. This gives the exhibition sponsor a lot of information for press releases in magazines, newspapers, etc.
It increases your chances of being one of the artists on whom the author will focus attention articles and reviews? The following exhibition agreement is necessarily long and shows how many things need to be arranged and agreed upon for the most straight exposure; If the galleries developed such an agreement and used it as a standard form, much of their administrative work would be significantly reduced, both parties would clearly see their respective rights and obligations and each would know when an exhibition was offered and accepted. In addition, it will appear that such a form can be used to meet with individual artists arrangements for a group exhibition and for a touring show that many galleries and other administrators often organize. The purpose of this contract is to propose several alternatives, classified as “OPTIONS”, which can apply to certain exposure situations (and to different situations). If you adapt this exhibition contract to each exhibition, you should remove all options, with the exception of the alternative applicable to each exhibition. This will shorten the contract and reduce the possibility that the various options could cause confusion. C. The checklist of works proposed for an exhibition contains the wording ” (name of the curator) retains the copyright of the title and the concept of this travelling exhibition of the museum entitled `All rights are from (date), 2 © (name of the curator), 2 – reserved, Considering that the non-profit and museum sites are unlikely to sell the work, the artist may consider that a navigation negotiation is a decisive factor in whether or not it should be in the exhibition and/or as an indicator of the extent to which the exhibition sponsor wishes to have the artist`s work in the exhibition. If the sponsor does not pay for the two-way shipping, the artist may require the sponsor to cover the return as a compromise.