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Terrorism for Art Galleries and Dealers – La Playa

TERRORISM INSURANCE FOR ART DEALERS

None of us like to contemplate terrorism, particularly experiencing it in our own country. But the reality of the 21st Century is it’s here and with the increased use of vehicles and lone shooters causing chaos on the high street, it’s a more tangible and rapidly perpetrated threat than ever before.

If an incident occurs, clearly your first concern will be for your safety and that of your loved ones. But have you considered what a terrorist incident in your area could mean for your business?

As a business owner, the government-backed insurance protection provided is different from what you have as a private individual.

Did you know, for example, that damage caused by a terrorist attack to private property is automatically covered by insurers in both the US and the UK and in the case of a major incident underwritten by the government, but damage to commercial interests are not?

Terrorism is most commonly defined as the ‘use of force or violence and/or threat for political, religious, or ideological purposes and with the intention to influence any government and/or to put the public or any section of the public in fear’. Along with cyber attack, nuclear damage, political violence and radioactivity, it is a standard exclusion on commercial business policies.

You need to opt in for terrorism insurance for your business to recoup your financial loss to stock and property and get your business up and running again quickly. It is also important to note that if you purchase Business Interruption insurance which reimburses you for loss of earnings or increased cost of working as a result of an incident, this is normally only as a result of a physical damage loss.

If your own premises or stock are not actually damaged by a terrorist attack you may well find yourself seriously out of pocket because your customers are steering clear of your gallery or even the entire neighbourhood. This can also happen in the event of a bomb scare or other terrorist threat, even if no actual incident takes place.

You need to consider whether your business will be affected by disruption to local infrastructure, road closures and services as a result. Cover for this may be purchased as an extension.

Depending on your circumstances, terrorism insurance for specialist art galleries and dealers can be expensive and hard to get hold of when not attached to a package policy. Make sure you’re talking to a broker who knows the market and can get you an all-inclusive Dealer’s package, or access quality stand-alone insurance.

Call us or drop us a line in the UK on: +44 1223 200650 or in the US on: +1 646 665 7737 to discuss your needs.

La Playa UK

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JoAnne Artman Gallery presents – Urban Flora

Life and growth often find a home in the unlikeliest places. JoAnne Artman Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition that juxtaposes urban grit with the delicacy of flora, highlighting the often surprising congruities in the beauty of both. Much of the motifs in art and design are borrowed from the natural world in which the processes of regeneration, life and decay are in constant flux and motion. An especially important part of this framework is the flora, or the particular plants of a region, habitat or geographical area which are as diverse, unique and localized as the constitution and customs of any urban population.  Artists Penelope Gottlieb, Anna Kincaide, and Greg Miller are artists whose work addresses this intersection between the beauty of nature and the ethos of urbanity.

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Global Chapter Member Arteria Gallery participates in AAF Hong Kong

Arteria Gallery feels especially lucky in the month of May. As warm weather finally springs at home in Québec, they are gearing up to make the long trip to Hong Kong, a place that they find to be one of the most exciting destinations on the planet. Often referred to as the city where East meets West, Hong Kong boasts legendary cultural exports in the world of art and cinema, having introduced the world to stars like Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee, and to the films of Wong Kar Wai. The contemporary art scene is just as rich. With Hong Kong ranking seventh internationally for global trade, it’s clear that people from all over the world convene there to seek precious jewels from the heart of the Pearl River Delta.

Join Arteria from May 18 to 20 for one of the most energetic celebrations of cultural exchange the world has to offer. You have to see it to believe it!

Opening times

VIP Private View 
Thursday, May 17, 2018 — 3 pm to 10 pm

Public Hours
Friday, May 18, 2018 — 12 am to 18 pm
For ArtsSake Friday — 18 pm to 22 pm
Saturday, May 19, 2018 — 11 am to 19 pm
Sunday, May 20, 2018 — 11 pm to 19 pm

 

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Villa America Fine Art announces Rites of Spring

The Villa America Fine Art is pleased to announce a NYC season finale exhibition by resident and guest artists at Art 345 Gallery, 345 East 104th Street in East Harlem. Curated by Susan Nelly, The Rites of Spring, an invitational group show features works on a grand to small scale. The selection includes paintings, drawings, sculptures, as well as photography, installation and architecture, from the studios of a select group of NYC artists including Dana Adams, Helene, Awad Wahba, Vicky Barranguet, Mati Bracha, Braden Burgon, March Chadwick, Paul Ching-Bor, Lorin Cole, John De Soto, Anne De Villemejane, Hollie Heller, Chizuru Morii Kaplan, Michael Katz, William King, Louise Laffaille, JJ Li, Carole McClintock, Hugh Millar, Todd Monaghan, Lindsey Nobel, Fabienne Ricard, Simon Rigg, Bolek Ryzinski, Liz Schneider-Cohen, Shane Townley, Preeti Varma and Norbert Waysberg.  The exhibition, at  remains on view, by appointment, through June 19th.

The Gala Opening Event on May 17 is free to the public with a cocktail reception from 6-8 PM, artist’s studio tours at 7PM, and  at 8 PM a solo piano performance from Steinway Artist Gustave Casenave, presenting compositions from his Latin Grammy nominated CD.

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Ground Floor Gallery Turns 5 years old and they are celebrating!

This spring, Ground Floor Gallery turns 5 years old! To commemorate the occasion, they will be presenting an anniversary show in five parts: a sequence of solo exhibitions between May and August 2018, featuring five artists they’ve shown in past group exhibitions. FYI: The Gallery will be offering a surprise collector’s item at each opening reception. Stay tuned!

The first iteration is artist Peter Gynd’s Blanketed: Textiles, Culture and the Landscape. Recent paintings and photographs. This is the first New York solo exhibition of the artist’s work. Known for his paintings and photographs featuring blanket-cloaked figures staged against patterned backgrounds, landscapes, or interior scenes, Gynd’s work stems from an exploration of the relationships between textiles, regional cultures and landscape.
Opening Reception: Friday, May 18th, 6-8:30pm. The exhibition is runs May 18th – June 3rd

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