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About bCA Galleries:

What does bCA Galleries do?

bCA Galleries is a contemporary art company and gallery based in Mumbai, India. Our focus is on emerging Indian contemporary art. Since our inception in 2005, we promote young and talented Indian artists globally. At the same time, we have been introducing non-Indian artists in India.

How does bCA Galleries promote Indian artists internationally?

bCA Galleries promotes the works of all associated Indian artists abroad through our partner galleries, which exhibit and market the artworks to their clientele in their respective territory. At the same time we have also presented their works at international auctions. We sell the works directly as well to selected global clients. In an international environment like ours the internet plays a very important role: conseqquently we create a web page for each artist on our website as well as promote them on other websites thus increasing their visibility.

How does bCA Galleries promote non-Indian artists in India?

bCA Galleries promotes non-Indian artists in India through exhibitions and direct marketing both directly and through partner galleries. We also sell their works to our direct clients.

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Applying to bCA Galleries:

Who can apply to bCA Galleries?

Any professional artist, whether he/she has studied art at a reputed art school or is self taught is welcome to apply to bCA Galleries.

How can one apply to bCA Galleries?

Artists that are interested in being represented by us in international exhibitions and promoted by us globally can submit their profile, the pictures of their recent works and a passport photograph. We request all submissions in electronic format either via email or CD. For more information please visit the following link on our website: Information for artists

What are the details I am required to provide to bCA Galleries?

We would require your:

  • Complete Bio-data (art related details only) Download relevant documents from here.
  • Images of at least 6 available works (which are in your possession and not sold)
  • Details of the works as in Titles, Size, Medium, Artist Price (the price you require excluding gallery commission)
  • Your passport photograph.

We would appreciate it if you would download and complete the Profile Template and the Artworks Information Template to make the submission process easier. These are available at the following link on our website: /downloads.asp (section “for Artists”)

Does bCA Galleries charge any fee?

We charge no fee for our promotional efforts or for creating and maintaining your webpage on our website. When a artworks is sold through bCA Galleries, we will take a gallery commission from the client.

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About the artworks to be provided to bCA Galleries:

Why do I need to provide the images of at least 6 artworks?

We use these artworks as your “visiting card” towards our partners and clients. This would assist a gallery or buyer to understand and appreciate your artistic style and execution. Also a minimum of 6 images would enable us to give the right image of your talent – clearly it is important that you provide your best works. Who retains the copyrights to the artworks sold by bCA Galleries?

The copyrights of the artworks remain with the artist. When you become an associated artist with bCA Galleries, you give us permission to use the images of your artworks on our website and promotional material like brochures, catalogues, etc.

Can I sell or exhibit the artworks displayed on bCA Galleries Website?

Artists are free to sell or physically exhibit the works displayed on the bCA Galleries website. We only require when an artwork is sold by you, you inform us immediately so that we may mark the same as sold on our website and do not take any client inquiries for it. Also, we would require you to submit another image to replace the one of the sold work. At all times you are required to maintain a minimum of 6 available works on our website.

Can I display the same artworks on other Websites?

The same works cannot be displayed on any other website simultaneously. You are free, however, to display any other artworks that you may have.

I also have my own website, where the artworks are already displayed, would I be expected to remove the ones displayed on bCA Galleries? We realise that artists may also have their own websites where they wish to display the entire range of their artworks. bCA Galleries would not require that you remove these from your website, but to ensure synergy we request that you put a link to your webpage on bCA Galleries on your site, where visitors may view your profile. Also, artists are requested not to display prices on their websites, this is a professional courtesy which will benefit your relations with other galleries as well.

Can I change the artworks displayed on the website?

We realise that artists are constantly evolving their style and may create new series which they wish to display. We would be pleased to showcase these on the website.

What do I have to do to add a new exhibition, or a new award in my profile or a comment to my webpage?

Please send us an email at info@bcagalleries.com, with the changes or additions in your profile. We will have the same amended on all relevant documentation and your webpage.

Since the artworks are mainly promoted abroad, can I charge a higher rate than that in India?

Emerging artists are requested to bear in mind that the art world is a unique entity. Here geographical borders do not apply. Sale of your works abroad does not translate into high prices, instead the opposite is often true. Also promotion and sales of artworks overseas involve additional and much higher costs than sales from your studio! Emerging artists have to struggle to make a name and to ensure a good initial response; we recommend you keep your prices to a minimum.

What is an artist required to do if he is exhibiting the works that are on bCA Galleries website? If an artist wishes to exhibit the artworks which are displayed on the bCA Galleries website, he is free to do so. However, the artist is required to inform bCA Galleries so that the artworks may be marked as reserved for the course of the exhibition. At the end of the exhibition if the artworks have not been sold, the artist should again inform bCA Galleries to 'de-reserve' them. In case of sales, bCA Galleries is required to be informed that the works should be marked 'sold' and the artist should provide images of new available works within 30 days.

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Website Promotion Agreement:

What is a Website Promotion Agreement?

A Website Promotion Agreement is an agreement between the artist and bCA Galleries. It outlines the expectation the gallery has of the artist, as well as the rights of the artist. It also lists the details of the artwork images submitted by the artist to bCA Galleries.

Why do I need to sign an agreement?

bCA Galleries promotes the artists associated with it to partner galleries abroad. These galleries need to have the assurance that the artist can abide by their submission policies and can provide all the relevant details as per international standards, hence the requirement of an agreement.

What is meant by Artist Price?

Artist Price refers to the price the artist expects to receive for his/her artwork. This price is exclusive of gallery commission.

What is the term of the agreement?

The agreement is valid for a period of three years.

How is the agreement renewed?

The agreement is renewed automatically for a period of another three years, unless specified otherwise by either party.

How is the agreement terminated?

The agreement can be terminated by either party at any point in time by submitting a written letter to that effect.

Why does bCA Galleries require detailed agreements and send out detailed mails to artists? bCA Galleries functions along the lines of international galleries. The agreements ensure that both parties are equally aware of responsibilities and liabilities without any grey areas. Also, the detailed mails we send out are intended to keep the artists aware of the galleries promotional activities on their behalf. Artists are requested to call or write in to bCA Galleries if they have any queries or trouble understanding the agreement or emails.

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Miscellaneous Questions:

What is the selection procedure for Indian artists for exhibitions abroad?

Foreign galleries review the artist’s works online and then short list a few artists based on their requirements. After several round of discussions they normally select the final artist to be shown at exhibitions and promoted in their territories. Some galleries do ask us for recommendations as well.

What is the selection procedure for non-Indian artists for exhibitions in India?

Our partner galleries abroad suggest the artists who would like to be promoted in India. At other times, non-Indian artists apply to us directly.

How do I know if people are visiting my webpage on the bCA Galleries website?

The number of visitors to each webpage on bCA website is recorded and the Top 20 Artists and Artworks are displayed on our website at the following link: Top 20 Artists of the Month If you are not featured here, it shows that there were not many visitors to your webpage. If you are Congratulations! You are one of the Top 20 most viewed artists on bCA Galleries!! This is taken into consideration when selecting artists for overseas events. You can improve your popularity by informing all your contacts about your webpage on the bCA site. To facilitate your sharing of your webpage with others, bCA Galleries provides you with ‘SHARE’ tag you will find in the right hand column of any page of the bCA Galleries website. With this you can share and bookmark any page on the bCA Galleries website with your friends on any of the social networking sites, like Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin, listed under the SHARE. Moreover, every artwork page has 'Relevant Links' section listed under it which includes the option 'Email this page to a friend'.

Please see the following link as an example: Jivya Soma Mashe

How can I increase the number of visitors to my webpage?

Please forward the link to your webpage to all of your contacts and friends. This will increase the visibility of your art for all visitors and above all on search engines (such Google, Yahoo, etc). At the same time, towards this end, we kindly recommend you to become “fans” or “friends” of the bCA Galleries page on community sites – Facebook, Twitter, Hi5 and other. Please find the links to these below:

/facebook.asp
/twitter.asp
/myspace.asp
/hi5.asp
/linkedin.asp
/plaxo.asp

We also recommend that artists print the information “Associated with bCA Galleries : www.bcagalleries.com” on their visiting cards.

How can I feature as ‘Artist in Focus’ on the bCA Galleries Website?

Artist in Focus is an interview featuring those artists who have in the recent past done some path breaking work in the art field, or who have been successful at an exhibition organised abroad, or whose work has evolved in a direction that needs to be explored. If you feel that you should be the Artist in Focus, write in to us at info@bcagalleries.com, highlighting your reasons to be focused upon!

Can bCA Galleries organise exhibitions for Indian artists in Mumbai?

Ideally, bCA Galleries does not organise exhibitions of Indian artists in India. However, if any artist associated with us, requires our assistance in terms of, contact details for galleries available on hire, press contacts, writing the foreword to their catalogue ... we would be pleased to help them.

bCA Galleries would not charge any of the Indian artists associated with it for contact details of the galleries on hire or the press contacts. If the artist assures that due credit by way of a by-line would be given to bCA Galleries then the gallery would not charge for the catalogue foreword either. bCA Galleries would however, not be involved in the direct marketing of the exhibition.

Can an artist hold an exhibition in bCA Galleries office? bCA Galleries office is not meant for public exhibitions. However, if an associated artist feels that the office space would be suitable for her works, she is welcome to exhibit her artworks. bCA Galleries would not charge for the use of the office space, but in case of any sales, bCA Galleries would acquire 33% of the sale amount. Also, all paintings would need to be sold through bCA Galleries, meaning, the gallery would issue the invoice to the buyer and collect the amount from the buyer. Once a buyer’s cheque has realised, bCA Galleries would arrange for delivery of the artwork and remit the artist price to the artist via cheque.

When an artwork is sold, when does the artist get paid?

When an artwork is sold by bCA Galleries, the artist is required to deliver it to our office premises in Mumbai. The work is delivered by bCA Galleries to the client only once the payment is made by the client. The artist is then issued a cheque on the agreed artist price by bCA Galleries. This process should take a maximum of 30 working days.

Who is responsible for shipping the works for exhibitions abroad?

bCA Galleries takes complete responsibility for shipping the works for any exhibition and ensures their safe return in case they are not sold. The artist is required to deliver the works to our office premises at Prabhadevi, Mumbai and to collect them on their return.

What do the blue and red boxes around an image of an artwork indicate?

When bCA Galleries gets an inquiry for a particular work or the work is part of an exhibtion it is marked by bCA Galleries as 'Reserved' which is indicated by a Blue box.
For works that have been sold (either by us or we have been informed by the artist of their sale) they are indicated as 'Sold' by a Red box.
A work that does not have a box around it is 'Available'


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