International Association of Art (IAA)
Association internationale des arts plastiques (AIAP)
Asociación Internacional de Artes Plasticas
Internationale Gesellschaft der Bildenden Künste
1952-09 Venice Italy
Sep 1952, Venice (Italy), at International Conference of Artists, held under auspices of UNESCO. Aims declared at 1st General Assembly, 1954, Venice. Also referred to in English as International Association of Art - Painting, Sculpture, Print-making and as International Association of the Plastic Arts.
Stimulate international cooperation among artists of all countries, nations or peoples; improve the economic and social position of artists at national and international levels and defend their material and moral rights.
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General Assembly (every 4 years); Executive Committee; Executive Secretary. Regional networks include: E-XJ3813 - International Association of Art - Europe (IAA Europe).
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