The website and all its content belongs to ΘΑΛΕΙΑ ΑΙΘΟΥΣΑ ΤΕΧΝΗΣ Ι.Κ.Ε. with registered office in Metamorfoseos 1, 17455 Alimos with the VAT number 801996923, defined as “The Company”.
Thalia website is not a market place, information published via the website are owned by Thalia or shared in the context of a collaboration agreement, please in case of question address your queries to firstname.lastname@example.org
- This Privacy Statement applies to all websites, domains, services, applications, and products owned by the Company.
The Company may collect personal data from you on the purpose of completing various transactions, such as:
-Processing requests for information (i.e. product pricing, service provision)
-Subscriptions to marketing or support services
-Recruitment or collaboration requests
-Product and marketing messages.
Additionally, the types of personal information you provide to us may include:
Identity and communication information such as your full name, address, phone number (mobile / fixed) and your e-mail address, city, age,product and service preferences, communication preferences.
If you post, comment, express interest or complain or share personal information, including photos, in any public forum on a Company site, social network, blog or other forum of this kind, you must be aware that any information you submit may be read, collected or used by other users of these forums and can be used to communicate with you, send unsolicited messages or for purposes that are not controlled either by you or by the Company. The Company is not responsible for the personal information you choose to submit to such forums.
In addition to the information you provide, the Company may also collect information when you visit a Company website, an application provided via the Web or a website “supported by” another company on behalf of the Company, through automated data collecting tools, including web alerts, cookies, and embedded web links. These tools collect specific traffic information that your browser sends to a website, such as browser type and language, access times, and the location of the Web site from which you moved. They may also collect information about the Internet Protocol (IP) address, the unique ID of your device, your transfer behavior through links (that is, the pages you see, the links you follow, and other actions you make in relation to sites Business Web or supported Web sites) as well as product information. The Company may also use some of the automatic data collecting tools for specific e-mails and bulletins that it sends, and may therefore collect information using these tools when you open the e-mail message or click on a link in it.
PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA
We collect and process your personal data only when this is absolutely necessary. We will never sell, rent, distribute, or disclose your personal data in any way unless the law requires it.
The following relevant legislation applies and The Company is complying with the terms from this regulation
- EU Data Protection Directive 1995 (EU DPD)
- General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 / EU on General Data Protection of the EU (EU GDPR)
PERSONAL INFORMATION COLLECTED ON THIS SITE AND WHY WE COLLECT IT
The Company collects personal data of its users/associates/clients only when they voluntarily provide them. Personal information is the information that can be used to identify or communicate with a person and other information about that person. The administrator may use this information for information purposes or to make proposals for new offers unless the latter wishes not to do so. The webmaster will NOT make available for sale or otherwise transfer or disclose personal information of the customers to third parties not related to the Company without the consent of the customer, except for the application of relevant legal dictates and to the competent authorities alone.
We collect the basic information from you when signing up for our newsletter. This information includes your name, age, city, preferences and interests and your e-mail address. We also record your e-mail address and any other information provided to your email provider (Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo! Mail, etc.) when you contact us. Along with these, we also keep notes or details explaining what you asked for and how we responded when you contacted us.
NOTIFICATION OF DATA IN THIRD PARTIES
Services, tools and third party widgets we use: Below you can find the list of all third-party tools, services and widgets we use, as well as links to information about managing your data from these services.
Google Analytics – We use Google Analytics to track the core statistics on our site.
NEWSLETTERS, MARKETING E-MAILS AND COMMUNICATION
VisitorsSubscribersUsers might may be asked to subscribe to our newsletter by providing their name and e-mail address to access promotional/corporate material ,of our company as well as to monitor its activity, to be informed about actions and events and to be in contact with it. The e-mail addresses we receive from our users upon registration will only be used for the purposes of the site without compromising users against spam.
The subscriber can be deleted from our newsletter database at any time by e-mailing us to email@example.com.
DATA SECURITY BREACH
For any personal information you store in our database, all necessary steps will be taken to secure them.
We will report any unlawful violation of the database of this third party data processing site or database to anyone and to all relevant stakeholders as well as authorities within 72 hours from the violation if it is obvious that the personal data that is stored in recognizable form, have been stolen.
The Company is committed in resolving complaints relating to confidentiality and the collection or use of personal information.
The Company is further committed in reporting any unresolved privacy complaints by EU citizens or residents about transfers of their personal data within the authorities to an independent dispute resolution mechanism.
If you have any query regarding the use of the collected data, please email us to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Personal data”.
The basic definitions of the terms and names to be used in this document, as referred to in Article 4 of the General Regulation on Personal Data Protection 2016/679 / EU (EU GDPR), are the following:
Personal Data: Any information or data relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (“data subject”). As intentifiable natural person is considered to be the natural person whose identity can be acertained, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifying element such as its’ name, identity card and/or passport number, tax information, location data, summarized identity, or one or more factors specific to physical, physiological, genetic, physical, economic, cultural or social identity of that natural person.
Personal data of special categories (sensitive): Personal data which are by nature very sensitive in relation to fundamental human rights and freedoms are considered sensitive and therefore require special protection as the context of their processing could pose significant risks to the fundamental human rights and freedoms. This personal data include data revealing racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union memberships, as well as the processing of genetic data, biometric data used for undisputed identification of a persons’ health status or data relating to its’ sexual life or its’ sexual orientation.
It is clarified that all personal data of minors -under the age of 16 – are by definition considered as sensitive and treated as such.
Controller: a natural person or legal entity, a public authority, a service or other entity that alone by itself or acting jointly with others determine the purposes and the manner in which personal data are processed.
Processor: a natural person or legal entity, a public authority, a service or other entity processing personal data on behalf of the controller.
Each educational organization, regardless of its type, legal form and size, maintains and processes personal data and is referred to as a controller.
Any natural person or legal entity of the public or private domain that processes data on behalf of a controller is referred to as the processor. (Example, an accounting office in which the training organization assigns the payroll of its employees).
Processing: any action or set of actions carried out with or without the use of automated means of collecting personal data or clusters of personal data (sensitive and non-sensitive) such as collection, registration, organization, structure, storage, adaptation or alteration, retrieval, search of information, use, disclosure by transmission, dissemination or any other form of disposal, association or combination, restriction, erasure or destruction.
Authority: The Personal Data Protection Authority (PDPA)
The Company is designated as a controller and strictly complies with the Data Protection Principles set out in Article 5 of the General Data Protection Regulation.
WHAT IS THE COMPANYS’ PUPROSE/SCOPE
The main purpose of the Company is the commercial trade of artworks (wholesale and retail), the promotion and public projection of artists and artworks, organization of artistic events, organization of art exhibitions, support to corporates and natural person in interior design and other artistic activities.
Within the framework of its above mentioned objective, the Company cooperates with natural persons and / or legal entities by directly assigning part or all of the works assigned to it (assignments or subcontracts) or by ensuring for third party projects the provision of services of collaborating natural or legal entities (“Affiliates”), promoting these services, for which they contracted in their name and on behalf of them.
WHAT IS PERSONAL DATA?
The term “personal data” or “private data” or “data” as used in this Policy refers to information belonging to natural persons (such as full name, forenames, e-mail addresses, identity card numbers and/or passport numbers, tax ID numbers, Social Security Numbers (SSN), bank account details, etc.), as well as legal entities and their legal representatives information (company name, registered office, VAT number, postal address, postal code, contact phone number, e-mail address, bank account details, legal representatives and their data as natural persons etc.), hereinafter “Personal Data or Private Data or Data”.
WHAT PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA REFERS TO?
As Processing of Personal Data is considered any action or set of operations/actions carried out with or without the use of automated means for collecting data, either in an electronic form (soft copy) or in a hard copy, such as collection, registration, organization, classification, structure, storage, adaption, change, retrieval, search for information, use, transmission, dissemination, association, combination, restriction, deletion and destruction of Personal Data.
WHICH DATA DO WE COLLECT?
The Company collects all the necessary information from its contractors (either as a customer or as a supplier) for the preparation and performance of the service contract and/or for the communication between us following your explicit consent, in particular:
- Counterparty data (for natural persons: first and last name, father name and mother name)
- Phone number
- e-mail address
- Employment category.
When you visit and navigate on the Company’s website, we ARE NOT collecting your Data, except from the ones automatically collected by the cookies you have authorized yourself by providing your consent to be used. Specifically, the only types of cookies used by our Site belong to the following categories:
(a) Absolutely Required Cookies and
(b) Functionality Cookies and both are necessary for the proper operation of the site. The information they collect is anonymous and does not monitor the activity of browsing other sites.
WHY ARE WE ARE PROCESSING YOUR DATA FOR?
We collect your Data solely for the purposes of:
(a) providing our services the service provided by the Company,
(b) complying with any obligations imposed by applicable law, e.g. issuing a tax document, an invoice etc.
WHAT IS THE LEGAL BASE FOR DATA PROCESSING BY THE COMPANY?
Data Processing is performed for the execution of any contract between us for the provision of our services, for your information on the activities, events and promotions of the Company to you, as well as for the communication of the Company with you, only after your explicit consent, in writing or electronically.
WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS?
You have the right to access your personal data. This means that you have the right to be informed by us whether we process your Data. If we process your Data, you can ask to be informed about the purpose of the processing, the kind of Data we process, who we give it, for how long we store it, whether we use automated collecting tools, but also about your other rights, such as correcting, deleting data, limiting the extend of processing and submitting a complaint to the Data Protection Authority.
You have the right to correct inaccurate personal data. If you find that there is an error in your Data, you can apply for us to correct it (for example, a name correction or an update of an address change).
You have the right to delete / the right to oblivion. You may ask us to delete your data if they are no longer necessary for the aforementioned processing purposes.
You have the right to transfer your Data. You may ask us to receive the Data you have provided in a readable form or ask us to forward it to another controller.
You have the right to restrict your processing. You may ask us to restrict the processing of your Data for as long as your filed objection on procession is pending.
You have a right to object to the process of your Data.
You may oppose to the process of your Data or withdraw your consent and we will seaze processing your Data, unless of course there are other compelling and legitimate reasons that prevail over your right.
- To ensure the proper functioning of this website, small data files are used/placed on your computer or your mobile device, referred to as “cookies”.
- Cookies are small pieces of e-text, sent to the browser used by your computer or portable device from a website you are visiting. Cookies make it easier for the site to memorize information about your visit, such as your preferred language settings, font size and type, and other display settings to make your next visit easier and make the site more effective and user-friendly. You do not have to import these preferences again each time you visit the site.
- Cookies are used for many reasons, such as memorizing your safe search preferences, offering relevant ads, calculating the number of visitors to a webpage, making it easier to sign up for online services, and protect your data. Cookies can also be used to compile anonymous, cumulative statistics that allow us to understand how the public is using our site and help improve its structure and content. However, we are NOT in any way able to verify your personal identity from this information.
You should be aware that some features are only available through cookies and if you choose to disable your cookie preferences from your computer/portable device, these features may not be available.
- Some of the cookies we use are absolutely necessary (“absolutely necessary cookies“). These cookies are essential for the proper operation of the website and allow you to browse and fully use its features. The absolutely necessary cookies do not recognize your individual identity. Without them, however, we cannot provide efficient operation of our website.
In addition to the absolutely necessary cookies, there are also “performance cookies“. These cookies collect information about how visitors use the website, for example which pages they visit more often, and whether they receive error messages from webpages. These cookies collect aggregated, anonymous information that do not identify a visitor. They are used exclusively to improve/enhance the performance of a website.
Thalia Gallery is a Greek based company registered as ΘΑΛΕΙΑ ΑΙΘΟΥΣΑ ΤΕΧΝΗΣ Ι.Κ.Ε. under GEMI number 167844501000, with VAT EL801996923 and duly incorporated under Greek law, with its registered office at Metamorfoseos 1, 17455 Alimos, Greece.
The Client is defined as the recipient and signatory of the Business Support defining the Business Service.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR BUSINESS SERVICE SUBMITTED IN THE BUSINESS SUPPORT
Section I Our Relationship with You
- We will perform the Services, including when applicable the sale of Artworks, using reasonable skill and care.
- We will provide the Services and the Artworks to you as an independent contractor and not as your employee, agent, partner or joint venturer. Neither you nor we have any right, power or authority to represent, commit or bind the other.
- We will not be responsible for the use or implementation of the output of the Services and the Artworks acquired.
Section II Your Responsibilities
- You are responsible for all management decisions, use, acceptance and implementation related to the Services and the Artworks.
- You shall provide (or cause others to provide) to us, the information, resources and assistance (including access to premises and people when needed) that we reasonably require to perform the Services.
- To the best of your knowledge, all information provided by you or on your behalf (“Client Information”) will be accurate and complete in all material respects. The provision of Client Information to us will not infringe any copyright or other third-party rights.
- We will rely on Client Information made available to us and, unless we expressly agree otherwise, will have no responsibility to evaluate or verify it.
- You shall be responsible for your personnel’s compliance with your obligations under this Agreement.
Section III Our Reports
- Any information, advice, recommendations or other content of any reports, presentations or other communications we provide under this Agreement (“Reports”), other than Client Information, are for your internal use only (consistent with the purpose of the particular Services).
- You may not disclose a Report (or any portion or summary of a Report) or refer to us without prior written approval from our end.
- You must not use the information we provide to you, nor the logo, nor any design without our prior written consent.
Section IV Limitations
- You (and any others for whom Services are provided) may not recover from us, through an action or claim in contract or under statute or otherwise, any amount with respect to any direct or indirect, consequential, incidental, special or punitive damages in connection with this Agreement or otherwise relating to the Services, whether or not the likelihood of such loss or damage was contemplated.
- You shall make any claim relating to the Services or otherwise under this Agreement no later than the expiry of the final date specified in the offer (termination date).
- Thalia Gallery do not proceed to reimbursement or exchange for Artworks accepted and paid after the termination date indicated in the Business Support.
Section V Intellectual Property Rights
- We may use data, software, designs, utilities, tools, models, systems and other methodologies and know-how (“Materials”) that we own in performing the Services. Notwithstanding the delivery of any Reports, we retain all intellectual property rights in the Materials (including any improvements or knowledge developed while performing the Services), and in any working papers compiled in connection with the Services (but not Client Information reflected in them).
- Upon full payment for the Services, you may use any Materials included in the Reports, as well as the Reports themselves only as permitted by this Agreement.
Section VI Ethics and Fraud
- None of the Services requested by the Client should lead to a situation of committing Fraud or breach in ethics, if this happens, the Service and the contract will be considered as overed. The amount of work performed will be due by the Client, and the competent authority will be informed.
Section VII Confidentiality
- The Service performed should remain confidential if expressed by any of the Party.
- Notification of confidentiality should be done via email, highlighting explicitly what should remain confidential or not (amount of donation, name of donator, artists, location, time, activity etc.).
- The use of logo and information about the Service for communicating with all type of media is allowed unless the content is defined as confidential.
- All communications, joint or not, using reference(s) to each other should be agreed upfront.
Section VIII Data Protection
- We may process client information relating to identified or identifiable natural persons (“Personal Data” as defined in the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 (GDPR)) in various EU jurisdictions in which they operate. You agree that your data will be collected and processed by the Thalia Gallery for the execution of the Service, but also in order to contact you for new available services or events organized by Thalia Gallery that may be of interest to you. We will process personal data by respecting the requirements of applicable data protection legislation and rules including GDPR. We will require any service provider that processes personal data on our behalf to adhere to such requirements. For Services where we act as processor processing personal data on your behalf, appropriate data processing terms will be included in this Agreement or applicable business support proposal. You can exercise your rights under GDPR by sending us an email to email@example.com.
- You warrant that you have the authority to provide personal data to us in connection with the performance of the Services and that any Personal Data provided to us has been processed in accordance with applicable law.
Section IX Fees, expenses, and payment
- All fees, expenses and payment terms are indicated in the part “Fees and expenses” of the Business Support.
- You shall pay our professional fees and specific expenses in connection with the Services as detailed in the applicable Business Support proposal. You shall also reimburse us for other reasonable expenses incurred in performing the Services. Our fees are exclusive of taxes or similar charges, as well as customs, duties or tariffs imposed in respect of the Services, all of which you shall pay (other than taxes imposed on our income generally). Unless otherwise set forth in the applicable Business Support proposal.
- Once the Business proposal is accepted the first installment is due and non-refundable.
- Once the service is completed and delivered as specified in the Business support the final balance is due. For Business support with a duration of more than 3 months, installments may be defined according to milestones.
- Once the invoice is issued the payment is due within 30 calendar days.
- We may charge additional professional fees if events beyond our control (including your acts or omissions) affect our ability to perform the Services as originally planned or if you ask us to perform additional tasks. In such, we will provide you an updated Business Support proposal to be accepted from your side.
- If we are required by applicable law, legal process, or government action to produce information or personnel as witnesses with respect to the Services or this Agreement, you shall reimburse us for any professional time and expenses (including reasonable external and internal legal costs) incurred to respond to the request, unless we are a party to the proceeding or the subject of the investigation.
Section X Force Majeure
- Neither you nor we shall be liable for breach of this Agreement (other than payment obligations) caused by circumstances beyond your or our reasonable control.
Section XI Term and Termination
- This Agreement applies to the Services whenever performed (including before the date of signature of this Agreement).
- This Agreement shall terminate upon the completion of the Services. Either of us may terminate it, or any particular Services, earlier upon 20 days’ prior written notice to the other. In addition, we may terminate this Agreement, or any particular Services, immediately upon written notice to you if we reasonably determine that we can no longer provide the Services in accordance with applicable law or professional obligations.
- You shall pay us for all work-in-progress, Services already performed, and expenses incurred by us up to and including the effective date of the termination of this Agreement.
- Our respective confidentiality obligations under this Agreement shall continue for a period of five (5) years following the termination of this Agreement. The other provisions of this Agreement that give either of us rights or obligations beyond its termination shall continue indefinitely following the termination of this Agreement, except for the cases where a legal term is expressly provided by law.
Section XII Artists and Artworks
- All the Artworks are under contract between Thalia Gallery and the Artists. The artworks are only available for purchase via Thalia Gallery as specified in the Business Support.
- The property of the Artworks can be transferred to the Client, while the intellectual rights remain on the Artist ‘side, sole creator of the artwork. As such, you or any related parties are not allowed to change the name on an artwork and present it as originating from you.
- The Client is not in direct contact with the Artist and is not allowed to directly contact the Artist to request offers, prices, discount or any Service than Thalia Gallery cannot fulfill in its Business Support.
- If the above may occur, the Client must pay a penalty fee of 50% of the market price of the Artwork acquired on a non-fair approach. The market price is the selling price defined by Thalia Gallery.
Section XIII Loan and private exhibition (if applicable)
- Thalia Gallery may provide, to the Client, artworks for a defined duration in accordance with the Business Support agreed among us.
- In any circumstances, the property and ownership of the artworks are transferred to the Client, Thalia Gallery remain the sole owner or owner on behalf of the Artist.
- In case of damage, the Client should pay the full market price of the artwork within 15 calendar days.
- Despite any loss and damage that may occur, the fees and expenses defined in the Business Support will remain due in full and will be cumulative with the damage to be paid to Thalia Gallery.
Section XIV Activities in the Gallery (if applicable)
- Thalia Gallery may offer the possibility to host specific activities in the Gallery itself, as defined in the Business Support.
- The Client must respect all equipment and artworks available in the Gallery and should compensate Thalia Gallery for any damage occurring in the place by the Client or related party.
- For any damage to the equipment and artworks the following compensation fee must apply:
Type of damage
Sofa, tables, wall
100% of the purchasing price
Cleaning, or 25% of the purchasing price
Any type of damage
100% of the selling price
For clarity, as an art gallery offering painting activities, Thalia expects the workstation to be cleaned at its own expense, but the Client will bear any cost for paint smeared on a couch or wall due to obvious negligence or disregard for the premises.
- The Client is aware that the Gallery is under video surveillance with recording and agree with this security system.
- Thalia Gallery will never use any recording unless there is a damage occurring in the Gallery, and none of the image will be used by Thalia Gallery.
Section XIII Governing Law, language, and Dispute Resolution
- The applicable law is Greek law, and it is agreed that the courts of Athens will be the competent courts for any dispute.
- The language of the Business Support and its related terms and conditions are in English, most of communications are expected in English. Any dispute will be conducted in Greek.
Section XIV Miscellaneous
- This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between us as to the Services and the other matters it covers, and supersedes all prior agreements, understandings and representations with respect thereto, including any confidentiality agreements previously delivered.
- Both of us may execute this Agreement (stated in the proposal “Business Support”), as well as any modifications to it by electronic means and each of us may sign a different copy of the same document. Both of us must agree in writing to modify this Agreement or part of the Business Support proposal hereunder.
- Each of us represents that the person signing this Agreement and any Business Support proposal hereunder on its behalf is expressly authorized to execute them and to bind each other to their terms.
- You agree that Thalia Gallery may, subject to professional obligations, act for other clients, including your competitors.
- Neither of us may assign any of our rights, obligations or claims under this Agreement.
- If any provision of this Agreement (in whole or part) is held to be illegal, invalid or otherwise unenforceable, the other provisions shall remain in full force and effect.
- If there is any inconsistency between provisions in different parts of this Agreement, those parts shall have precedence as follows (unless expressly agreed otherwise):
(a) the applicable Business Support proposal and any annexes thereto,
(b) these Terms and Conditions for Business Support, and
(c) other annexes to this Agreement.
To proceed to the purchase of an artwork the Customer must pre-paid 50% of the total price. The remaining 50% can be settled at the end of the exhibition period when the artwork will be available.
The Gallery reserves the right to keep the artwork exhibited up to the end of the exhibition period even if the Customer provides 100% of the payment.
The Gallery might allow the Customer to acquire the artwork before the end of the exhibition period under specific circumstances (celebrations, travel, etc.)
The Customer can proceed to the pre-payment or the full payment of the artworks to the following Piraeus bank account :
GR46 0172 1930 0051 9310 8254 441
ΘΑΛΕΙΑ ΑΙΘΟΥΣΑ ΤΕΧΝΗΣ Ι.Κ.Ε.
Please indicate in the bank transfer the name of the artwork.
The Customer can also proceed on-site in the Gallery to the pre-payment or payment.