The aim of the ADIAF is above all to highlight the artists of the French scene – French artists or foreign artists residing in France – to reveal significant artists, to accompany them and to support their career. To do this, it wishes to raise awareness among art lovers and collectors of current developments and new forms of expression, to enable them to exchange discoveries and opinions on contemporary artistic trends.
As part of its activities to promote the French scene and raise awareness of contemporary art, ADIAF organizes many events: exhibitions, debates and conferences, visits to workshops, art centers and museums. Membership of the Association obliges its members to respect the rules of conduct which constitute our integrity and our ethics.
The members of the ADIAF undertake to respect these rules within the framework of the meetings offered throughout the year during which they are brought into contact with various actors in the art world.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Since May 25, 2018, Regulation No. 2016/679, known as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), has entered into force throughout the territory of the European Union.
The ADIAF undertakes to secure by strict rules the personal data entrusted by its members, in particular when they join or re-join, and to use them only within the framework of the activities of the association, newsletters, invitations. .
The so-called “contributor” members who participate in the organization of ADIAF’s activities undertake not to exercise any commercial activity in connection with the art world, and not to use the initiatives of the association to for professional or personal purposes. They ensure that they act ethically within the framework of ADIAF’s activities, with respect for other members and external actors encountered – in particular artists -, and in full compliance with this ADIAF Code of Ethics.