Pure Art360 Terms and Conditions
We welcome submissions from artists aged 18 years or older working anywhere in the world
All expenses associated with participating in the Pure ART360 event or exhibiting physical artwork at anytime in the future must be met by the participant.
2.1 Pure exhibit and present fine art including: painting, sculpture, ceramic, original print, drawing, glass, fine art jewellery, photography, film, digital, mixed media and textile based fine art. Painted work can be in a variety of media, including oil, tempera, acrylic, ink, vinyl, watercolour and other dry mediums and can be on any form of support (canvas, paper, wood, plastic etc). Images of installations and mixed media constructions are also acceptable.
2.2 Please note: Pure exhibit, present and sell only original artwork. For the purposes of Pure, the definition of original print is as follows:
Works generated by the artist as an original limited edition artist’s print. Reproduction giclee prints are not admissible, however, we do accept original digital artwork.
3.0 Artwork for Sale
Presentation of physical artwork for sale at any Pure Art Fair, event and/or exhibition must always be presented in a professional manner and to the highest gallery standard
○ No scratches, dents or chips in the frame
○ Corners must be filled and touched up if necessary
○ Where under glass, glass must be clean and scratch free.
○ There must be no visible dirt, hair, smudges or debris underneath the glass
○ Absolutely no clip or pre-made Ikea type frames will be accepted
Copyright in all work submitted to and exhibited by Pure will remain the property of the artist. It is, however, a condition of participation that Pure reserve the right to use all submitted images and/or text in whole or in part, together with film and photographic images taken at as part of our events, exhibitions, residencies or broadcasts for promotional and publicity purposes.
Pure shall also have the right of free reproduction of all submitted and exhibited works for all catalogues, posters, postcards, DVDs, exhibition website and other promotional and educational material. Any enquiries regarding copyright will be referred to the artist.
5. Photographing your artwork.
Pure recommends artists have their artwork professionally photographed wherever possible.
For advice on how to photograph your artwork:
Artists unequivocally agree to indemnify and keep Pure indemnified against all and any action, claims, proceedings, losses, liabilities, charges, costs and expenses Pure may incur whatsoever in connection with exhibiting, showcasing, promoting and selling artists artwork and delivering its clubhouse and salon programme.
7. Data Protection & GDPR
Pure will hold personal data supplied to it securely, in accordance with the Data Protection Act, 1998 and subsequent amendments to this legislation
In compliance with GDPR regulations:
The PURE company policy is to respect your personal information and your privacy. We will not share or sell the information we hold about you to any other 3rd party or organisation.
Payment of your submission will be taken as your unreserved acceptance of the entire contents of this document and consent to our storing and utilising as detailed the information supplied to us.
If at any point you wish to withdraw this consent please contact us at email@example.com.
Pure reserves the right to disqualify from participation any artists who fail to adhere to the rules, act in a way that does not adhere to the Pure ethos, or behave in such a way that does not reflect Pure values and high moral and ethical standards. In such cases the artist will be notified and their application fee refunded.
8.1 Artists shall act at all times with due regard to public morals, conventions and the Pure ethos. If a member shall have committed or does commit any act, or if an artist shall have conducted or does conduct himself in a manner, which shall be an offence involving moral turpitude under English Law, or which might tend to bring the artist to public disrepute, contempt, scandal or ridicule, or which may embarrass, offend, insult or denigrate individuals or groups, or that may shock, insult or offend the community, Pure or public morals or decency or prejudice Pure, or which results in or is likely to result in actual or threatened claims against Pure, or which otherwise may reflect unfavourably upon Pure, Pure shall have the right to terminate there agreement with the artist at any time following the date on which the commission of such act, or such conduct, shall have become known to Pure.