Fate and circumstance from KevinDavidkin's blog

 every art shipment is a gamble with fate and circumstance.

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 Make sure you protect your work when it is being transported. And, make sure you select a reputable transporter

 It is suggested to talk about all shipping requirements prior to purchasing or at the least during the sale. The buyer, you are accountable for the shipping charges

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 To ensure that you have a paper trail make sure the gallery has all of the details.

 If you have any concerns you should inquire with the gallerist or dealer for a specific line like "Work will be put into a shadow box and shipped crated."

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 If work arrives in a cardboard container it is evident that the sale terms were not properly enforced.

 Another best practice is to always pay for "insurance-while-in-transit" through the shipping company itself, which they will apply to the bill and which is

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 usually based on the value of the artwork. If the shipping company has their own insurance policy, it is generally more expensive.

 The desire to treat the work as their own.

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Added Jan 26 '22




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