rights that define who owns the work once completed, an agreement on the reproduction rights of the work as well as provisions on whether the work can be exhibited, borrowed, etc. Terms and terms of payment indicating the agreement for payment facilities. For commissioned work, artists generally receive 50 per cent of the price agreed in advance and 50 per cent when the commission is completed. A termination contract that determines how the contract between the artist and the curator and the terms of payment/material costs could be terminated if this is the case. The agreement or contract is the legal document between an artist or owner of a work of art and a loan or between an exhibition organizer and the venue. When planning an exhibition, whether it is a temporary exhibition or a trip, it is important to have a written agreement or contract with contributing organizations, artists and moderators. If you are in charge of a private artwork, you will most likely have to submit your own contract. They are written to specify the work to be carried out and the expected results. Formal agreements give both parties a clear reference point for their individual responsibilities and responsibilities.

Who is responsible for the costs and deeds of shipping, framing, insurance and storage of the artwork? Who pays for the damaged work? If a curator is dissatisfied with the creation of a work of art and a recording is included in the contract, he or she can enter into an agreement or provide feedback. It may not be necessary for any contract, but if you pass your artworks to a gallery or dealer, you`re going to want to go the extra mile to protect your art business by adding a broken down list of the pieces you`re going to give them. This section does not need to be complete, it can be a simple statement on maintaining copyright on your artwork. If you work with a gallery, who determines prices and how are your sales records kept? How many pieces does a show need, who decides the layout and physically installs the screens? An artist, for example, should not be held responsible for a late deadline in a commission if the client has not provided the agreed feedback in time.