I agree with Rae, details were left undone, and now there are hard feelings and those of disrespect. If artwork is requested for display and the requester doesn't own it, each piece must have a plaque identifying the piece, artist, owner (if the artist no longer retains ownership), and price (if for sale). To not do so, is unprofessional and dishonest. It implies that the site owns the piece in private. The artist should have inspected the installation and insisted on identification and recognition of her pieces. There should always be a basic written agreement on dates, value, and responsibilities. The requester owes the artist the full amount for her work.
Thick like thieves.
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