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Symposium 'Exhibition Remuneration Right in Europe 2018'
The IAA Europe, together with the IGBK, the German collecting society VG Bild-Kunst, and the association European Visual Artists (EVA), organized the symposium ‘Exhibition Remuneration Right in Europe 2018‘ in 2018 in Brussels.
It facilitated an exchange on national and regional remuneration models, guidelines and campaigns and drew attention to the 'equity gap' that exists in the visual arts. The IAA Europe Executive Committee will continue working on this issue in the coming years.

Please find the extensive brochure with 12 country reports from Europe, the USA, Canada and Australia here.

 

The following list provides an overview of artists‘ initiatives, campaings and success stories within the fair pay for artists discussion in Europe an beyond.

European Artist’s Rights (Europe)_Overview of existing exhibition payment rights structures in Europe and beyond - link

The MU agreement – Agreement of Payment of  Artists for Participation and Exhibition (Sweden) - link

a-n Artists Information Company (UK)
_Paying Artists Campaing - link
_Exhibition Payment: The a-n/AIR Paying Artists Guide. For artists and exhibiting organisations, 2016 - link

Visual Artists Ireland (Ireland)_Payment Guidelines for Professional Visual Artists - link

Scottish Artists Union (Scottland)_Rates of Pay - link

BBK (Germany)_ Leitlinie zur Vergütung von Leistungen Bildender Künstlerinnen und Künstler im Rahmen von Ausstellungen - link

ver.di, Fachgruppe Bildende Kunst (Germany)_Ausstellungshonorar - link

NAVA National Association for the Visual Arts (Australia)_#FairPayForArtists campaign - link

Canadian Artists Representation CARFAC (Canada)_Minimum fee schedule - link