Manifest celebrates the recent public release of its 3rd International Painting Annual (INPA 3), a stunning 184 page full color survey of contemporary painting from across the U.S. and the world.
Both hard and softcover copies are 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), Amazon.com, and various other gallery and museum shops around the U.S.
Hardcover: $40. Softcover: $25.
cover painting by Jonathan Queen
About the INPA 3:
For the INPA 3 Manifest received 1292 submissions from 439 artists in 45 states and 27 countries. The publication includes 115 works by 82 artists from 26 states and 8 countries including Belgium, Canada, England, France, Germany, Ireland, Poland, and the United States. Essays by Matt Metzger and Willie Robertson are also included.
SPECIAL PRE-ORDER DISCOUNTS + 1 FREE BOOK!
INDA 8 and INPHA 2 are Coming in June!
Manifest is currently in the final stages of proofing and production of the next volumes of the INDA and INPHA (Drawing and Photography), and expects to be shipping the book in June.
Through May 30th only we are offering the public a 15% discount on all orders for both books through our website.
ONE FREE BOOK!
As a special incentive to spread the word and promote the artwork and artists included in the INPHA projects (our newest publication endeavor) we are including one free hardcover copy of the award-winning INPHA 1 with the purchase of one or more copies of INPHA 2. This offer only applies to orders placed through May 30th.
Learn more about the INDA 8 and place an order here:
Learn more about the INPHAs 1 and 2 and place an order here:
All book purchases support Manifest’s 501(c)(3) non-profit mission, and the production of future volumes of these award-winning projects.
Manifest Press documents the organization’s activities through artfully crafted publications and has the goal to make the organization’s projects accessible for public availability everywhere, including outside its own geographical radius.
Manifest is a community-supported 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization.
Manifest stands for the quality presentation, experience, and documentation of the visual arts, engaging students, professionals, and the public from around the world through accessible world-class exhibits, studio programs, and publications.
Manifest’s 2013/2014 season (our 10th!) is supported by the generosity of community contributions to the ArtsWave Campaign. It is also made possible by funding from the Johnson Foundation, the John A. Schroth Family Charitable Trust (PNC Bank, Trustee), the Ohio Valley Foundation (Fifth Third Bank, Agent), the Ohio Arts Council, FotoFocus, and many individual supporting members.