The documentation of the symposium “Exhibition Remuneration Right in Europe 2018“ that took place in Brussels last November is now available. Please find it here (pdf).
Also make sure to to gain a deeper insight into national/regional regulations and campaigns for exhibition remuneration and exhibition fees in Europe, in the USA, Canada, and Australia: A broschure with inputs from 15 countries can be downloaded here (pdf).
The issue of exhibition remuneration has been an important topic for artists' associations throughout Europe for years. The symposium – organized by the IAA Europe, Internationale Gesellschaft der Bildenden Künste (IGBK), the German collecting society VG Bild-Kunst, and the association European Visual Artists (EVA) on November 22, 2018 in Brussels – facilitated an exchange on national and regional remuneration models that have already been successfully put into practice, also guidelines and campaigns were presented. It was an important goal to draw attention to the 'equity gap' that exists in the visual arts.
IAA Europe's General Assembly 2018 took place on November 23, 2018, in Brussels. The Meeting saw elections of a new IAA Europe President and a new Executive Committee.
The Executive Committee members for a 3-year term are (as shown on the picture):
Stelios Panagiotopoulos - Chamber of Fine Arts of Greece (IAA NC Greece)
Edita Utariene (on the picture: Austėja Mikuckytė-Mateikienė) - Lietuvos Dailininku Sajunga (IAA NC Lithuania)
Hilde Tørdal - Norske Billedkunstnere NBK (IAA NC Norway)
Maria Moroz - Związek Polskich Artystów Plastyków ZPAP (IAA NC Poland)
Andrea Křístek Kozárová, Vice-President - Slovenská výtvarná únia (IAA NC Slovakia)
Werner Schaub, President - Internationale Gesellschaft der Bildenden Künste IGBK (IAA NC Germany)
Teemu Mäki - Suomen Taiteilijaseura (IAA NC Finland)
Anders Werdelin, Treasurer - Billedkunstnernes Forbund BKF (IAA NC Denmark)
Pontus Raud (not on the picture) - Konstnärernas Riksorganisation KRO (IAA NC Sweden)
The Meeting was linked with the symposium "Exhibition Remuneration Right in Europe" on November 22, 2018,organized by the IAA Europe, IGBK, the German collecting society VG Bild-Kunst, and the association European Visual Artists (EVA). Please find further information below.
The issue of exhibition remuneration has been an important topic for artists' associations and initiatives throughout Europe for years. The symposium "Exhibition Remuneration Right in Europe" took place on November 22, 2018, in Brussels. It presented existing guidelines and campaigns; in addition, an exchange took place on national and regional models that have already been successfully put into practice.
Important goal of the symposium: to make policy and administration aware of the subject of exhibition remuneration at EU level and to draw attention to the "equity gap" that exists in the visual arts. The programme of the symposium is availble here (pdf).
Participants received an extensive brochure with inputs from 12 European countries as well as from the USA, Canada and Australia on national/regional regulations and campaigns for exhibition remuneration and exhibition fees. You can download it here (pdf).
A documentation of the symposium was prepared by IGBK and David Callahan, ready for download from here (pdf).
The symposium was organized by the IAA Europe, IGBK, the German collecting society VG Bild-Kunst, and the association European Visual Artists (EVA). Sabine Verheyen (MEP), Member of the Committee on Culture and Education of the European Parliament acted as patroness for the event. Further partners were Culture Action Europe and the German Initiative Ausstellungsvergütung.
Bedri Baykam, President of IAA World, is going to hold a conference at UNESCO in Paris on May 23, 2018 (3.30 to 5 p). Topic of the conference will be the World Art Day, celebrated on April 15.
Please download the invitation, including further information.
We are glad to announce that IAA Europe has now become a direct member of Culture Action Europe!
Culture Action Europe (CAE), based in Brussels, is the largest interdisciplinary forum for the non-governmental cultural sector in Europe. With more than 90 member organisations from both Western and Eastern Europe, CAE represents the interests of artists and cultural workers and acts as a mediator vis-a-vis the European political and administrative bodies.
On this occasion we would like to highlight CAE’s Reflection Paper “Belonging and Becoming: A cultural response to the White Paper on the Future of Europe and the accompanying reflection papers”, reflecting the voices of over 500 cultural players throughout Europe, in response to the European Commission’s published five scenarios on the future of the European Union.