Most public galleries and many private galleries that present exhibitions for the sole purpose of providing the public with works by artists or a group of artists – the sale is only incidental; Z-Crits is a project that artists want to support during the blockage by providing them with an online space to connect, share work and reflect on the challenges of work today. The next one. Read more Z-Crits Usually, the sponsor of the exhibition sends two signed copies to the artist. The artist should sign and date both copies. The artist keeps a copy and returns a signed copy to the exhibition sponsor. marked with the artist`s name and numbered with a number corresponding to the broken list of works of art. A packaging report for each item is included in the shipping container. All works, paintings and walled prints must be framed, wired or felted. Objects, sculptures and jewellery must be ready for installation. Special materials or editing instructions must be written down and sent in advance to the exhibition sponsor. It is the artist`s responsibility to provide specific display material, including illustrations, itineraries or images of installation instructions. The works of art are displayed under a plastic display case or glass window. The artist is required to equip the display fixtures if the artwork has a special display requirement for the exhibition.

The artworks are displayed in a safe environment. Staff will monitor the showroom at all times. All visitors are prohibited from touching the artwork. Food, smoking or open flame are not allowed in galleries/areas that contain artwork. Visitors to the exhibition should not take pictures. 2. Photographs provided by the organizer and approved for reproduction of advertising and educational institutions must be accompanied by complete documentation, including ownership credit. The copyright name (if any) and a pre-authorized line of credit must be printed immediately under or next to the copy. The documentation must contain the stage name, the title of the work, the date, the media, the size and the lender. The exhibitor makes this information available to the news media. Article 6 deals with a common problem in ensuring that the artist knows when to collect unsold works, otherwise he will not be paid; that the gallery is no longer responsible for it and can dispose of it freely after the collection date. The dates of the exhibition are not changed without the artist`s prior written consent.

Section 4 clarifies the terms of delivery and ensures that transportation costs are reimbursed to the artist; italic words may be deleted if it is agreed that such fees are included in the issuance fee, but a separate payment is preferable for subsequent returns. Exhibitions that, regardless of the sale of the work, are main objectives, may offer the artist the opportunity to present experimental works or works that are not viable in more conventional places. These exhibitions often include works that are aesthetically difficult, provocative on the merits or conceptually, or that are made by artists who are not often seen in commercial galleries. These exhibitions can be important opportunities to broaden the audience for works of art and educate audiences. The works on display can only be sold through the gallery during the exhibition period and the gallery takes commission on all sales in the price of %; purchase prices, reduced by commission, are paid to the artist by cheque/cash, at the time of the collection of all unsold works after the exhibition.