Wednesday, October 17, 2018
 

Contracts may fix a lot, but…


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With the increase in use of contracts in contemporary art–both as binding documents and as medium–this article on Hollywood’s “inclusion riders” piqued my interest. How are these agreements similar to Seth Siegelaub and Robert Projansky’s contract? Better yet, will use of these agreements help alleviate or actually impede correcting alleged inequities in the art industry? Hopefully the use of contracts in the art industry doesn’t turn out to be “this season’s hottest accessory.”

 

 

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