As an artist, selling your work might not be your first nature. That’s why hiring an agent could help get your work out there and adequately compensated.
Agents who represent artists should have expertise in the field and know how to get you the exposure leading to remuneration for both. You would create and enter into an Artist-Agent Agreement to protect both parties’ interests.
Entering into an Artist-Agent Agreement can be beneficial to the artist in many ways. Agents usually have established connections and provide sales and publicity for the artist’s work. While it can be fascinating for both parties, the contract details should be as specific as possible.
The labor division for the artist and the agent should be clear to avoid any disputes later on. The main goal of the agreement is for the satisfaction and adequate compensation of both parties.
Depending on your state, an Artist-Agent Agreement may also be known as:
Having an Artist-Agent Agreement will give the artist time to create rather than having to market. The agent would know precisely what their duties are if they want to earn a commission.
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If you are an artist looking to find an audience for your work, hiring an agent can go a long way. The agency can be lucrative and exciting, but only if you have a fair Artist-Agent Agreement.
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Both parties will need to sign the document to make it legally enforceable. Notarization is not necessary but can be useful to make the signatures harder to challenge in court.
After the Artist-Agent Agreement is signed, it’s customary to distribute physical copies to both parties. Another copy, digital or physical, can be filed with the agency HR.
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