Now Available to Order Online!

Featuring works by 78 artists from around the world!

Manifest at the CAA in Los Angeles:
Manifest will be debuting the INDA 6 publication, hot off the presses, (and all previous volumes of the INDA as well as the 1st International Painting Annual) at the Book and Trade Fair of the 2012 College Art Association conference in Los Angeles from February 22-25th. Visit our booth and say hello!

Manifest celebrates the public release of its 6th International Drawing Annual (INDA 6), a stunning 180 page full color survey of contemporary drawing from across the U.S. and the world that has been a year in the making.

Both hard and softcover copies will be available at the gallery and on Manifest’s website, and also at Joseph-Beth Booksellers in Hyde Park, the Weston Art Gallery (both in Cincinnati),, and various other gallery and museum shops around the U.S.

Hardcover: $35. Softcover: $20.

About the INDA 6:

For the INDA 6 Manifest received 1308 submissions from 490 artists. The publication includes 115 works by 78 artists from 24 states and 9 countries including the Bahamas, Belgium, Canada, England, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Spain, and the United States.

Eleven professional and academic advisors qualified in the fields of art, design, criticism, and art history juried the 6th International Drawing Annual. The process of selection was by anonymous blind jury, with each jury member assigning a quality rating for artistic merit to each work submitted. The entries receiving the highest average combined score will be included in this publication. This Online Resource  provides biographical info, artist statements, and details of sample works for each
artist included in the publication. (see

Manifest proudly recognizes the prizewinners of the INDA 6, in order from first to third: Lance Moon, Ethan Rowan Pope, and Michael Stalherm.

The International Drawing Annual project was conceived as an extension of Manifest’s Drawing Center mission to promote, feature, and explore drawing as a rich and culturally significant art form. The goal of the International Drawing Annual is to support the recognition, documentation, and publication of excellent, current, and relevant works of drawing from around the world.

Artists Included:

Joseph Adolphe (New Haven, Connecticut)

Leora Armstrong (Stanfordville, New York)

Jonathon Auger (Germantown, Tennessee)

Patricia Bellan-Gillen (Burgettstown, Pennsylvania)

Fred Birchman (Seattle, Washington)

Kim Bissette (Cleveland, Ohio)

Karen Bondarchuk (Kalamazoo, Michigan)

Camille Bonham (Ann Arbor, Michigan)

Judith Brandon (Cleveland, Ohio)

Bain Butcher (Knoxville, Tennessee)

Hannah Chalew (New Orleans, Louisiana)

Olga Chorro (Mexico City, Mexico)

Roger Cleaves (Madison, Wisconsin)

Benjy Davies (Gallipolis, Ohio)

James DeBoer (Danville, Illinois)

Thomasin Dewhurst (Livermore, California)

Andrew Dickson (Long Beach, California)

Dara Engler (Monroe, Louisiana)

Yemima Ergas (Jerusalem, Israel)

Kristina Estell (Duluth, Minnesota)

Laura Fantini (Brooklyn, New York)

Erin (Air) Feller (San Francisco, California)

Theo Firmo (Madrid, Spain)

Marguerite French (Enfield, Connecticut)

Marshall Harris (Fort Worth, Texas)

John Haverty (Marion, Massachusetts)

Megan Herwig (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)

CJ Hungerman (Geneva, Illinois)

Alison Hurley (Grand Rapids, Michigan)

Charles Kanwischer (Waterville, Ohio)

Kate Kern (Cincinnati, Ohio)

Thierry Lamare (Nassau, Bahamas)

Heidi Landau (Austin, Texas)

Marc Leone (Cincinnati, Ohio)

Janet Link (Raleigh, North Carolina)

James Linkous (Clarksville, Tennessee)

Caui Lofgren (Bradenton, Florida)

Melanie Lowrance (Prairie Village, Kansas)

Maria Lux (Champaign, Illinois)

Juliet MacDonald (Leeds, England)

Hali Maltsberger (Knoxville, Tennessee)

Alexis Manheim (Moss Beach, California)

Nichole Maury (Kalamazoo, Michigan)

William McMahan (Martinsville, Illinois)

Nicholas McNally (Springfield, Massachusetts)

Armin Mersmann (Midland, Michigan)

Theo Michael (Mexico City, Mexico)

Joseph Miller (Buffalo, New York)

Ron Monsma (South Bend, Indiana)

Lance Moon (Newaygo, Michigan)

Christina Mrozik (Grand Rapids, Michigan)

Marilyn Murphy (Nashville, Tennessee)

Augustus Nazzaro (Brooklyn, New York)

Amanda  Nedham(Ajax, Ontario, Canada)

Leslie Nichols (Bowling Green, Kentucky)

Roberto Osti (Bloomfield, New Jersey)

Catalina Ouyang (Morris Plains, New Jersey)

Christina Pettersson (Fort Lauderdale, Florida)

Ethan Pope (New Richmond, Wisconsin)

Jennifer Purdum(Cincinnati, Ohio)

Emil Robinson (Cincinnati, Ohio)

Irvin Rodriguez (Bronx, New York)

Steve Rosenthal (London, England)

Patricia Schappler (Bedford, New Hampshire)

Shelby Shadwell (Laramie, Wyoming)

Randy Simmons (Paducah, Kentucky)

Michael Stalherm (Berlin, Germany)

Emma Steinkraus (Washington D.C.)

Anne Stevens (Wilmette, Illinois)

Denise Stewart-Sanabria (Knoxville, Tennessee)

Fremont Thompson (West Bloomfield, Michigan)

Christopher Troutman (Charleston, Illinois)

Jennifer Ustick (Grand Haven, Michigan)

Wouter van de Koot (Antwerp, Belgium)

Melissa Vandenberg (Lexington, Kentucky)

Melissa Wilkinson (Bono, Arkansas)

Christine Wuenschel (West Lafeyette, Indiana)

Elizabeth Zanzinger (Seattle, Washington)

Essays included by:  Marilyn MacGregor, Arran Poole, and Sara Schneckloth

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