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Essential reading both for artists and galleries, this book's in-depth discussion of consignment contracts clarifies every aspect of a crucial business relationship in the world of art.
The book presents a provision-by-provision explanation of the Standard Art Consignment Agreement, a model contract between artist and dealer suitable for use. The contract is flexible, making it ideal for establishing consignment arrangements that are mutually beneficial. It covers agency, consignment, warranties, transportation responsibilities, insurance coverage, pricing, gallery's commission, promotion, return of art, and much more.
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Tad Crawford, President and Publisher for Allworth Press in New York City, which he founded in 1989, studied economics at Tufts University, graduated from Columbia Law School, clerked on New York State’s highest court, and represented many artists and arts organizations when he actively practiced as an attorney. He has authored more than a dozen books on business, including The Secret Life of Money: How Money Can Be Food for the Soul. The legal affairs editor for Communication Arts Magazine, he has written articles for magazines such as Art in America, Glamour, Harper's Bazaar, Lapis, The Nation, New Age Journal, and Self. He has also appeared as a guest on television programs such as Fox on Money; The O’Reilly Report; Good Day, Wake Up; and It’s Only Money as well as numerous radio shows including New York & Company. He lives in New York City.Review:
"A fine example of a truly practical guide to consignment for the artist or craftsperson. ... The Artist-Gallery Partnership is a practical nuts and bolts guide to drafting your own consignment contract and avoiding the pitfalls of an oral agreement based on a handshake and some vague promises or assumptions." -- The Working Arts
"Aimed at clearing away the misgivings that many artists and gallery owners feel about consignment arrangements. Its focus is a model consignment contract with a point-by-point analysis encompassing everything from pricing and commissions, to a gallery's responsibility for promoting consigned work." -- American Crafts
"Emphasizes the need for artists and galleries to work within a written contractual framework. . . . The Guide deals with the legal and technical complexities of this business relationship in straightforward, understandable terms. . . . The book is ideal for artists wishing to enter the legal zone of the art business with some background." -- Sculptors International
"Handles a complex subject in an easy-to-read style and includes a model contract and analysis of it." -- Arts Management
"[The authors] have compiled almost every word there is to be said on the legal aspects of consignment selling. The book is aimed at clearing away the misgivings and misconceptions which abound on both sides of the fence." -- The Crafts Report
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