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International Drawing Annual 4

Author: Manifest Press
ISBN Number 978-0-578-02500-1
List Price 20

The International Drawing Annual publication is an extension of Manifest's Drawing Center mission. Its goal is to support the recognition, documentation, and publication of excellent, current, and relevant works of contemporary drawing in the United States and beyond. For this 4th annual competitive INDA publication Manifest received over 1100 submissions from 411 artists in 43 states and 17 different countries. This publication includes 100 works by 48 artists from 19 states and eight countries including Australia, Canada, England, France, Italy, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States. Ten professional and academic advisors qualified in the fields of art, design, and art history juried the INDA 4. 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 are included in this publication. An Online Supplemental Resource provides biographical info, artist statements, and details of sample works for each artist included in the publicaiton. This is available on the Manifest website. Artists included are: Jowhara AlSaud (New York, New York), David Arbus (Provence, France), Stephanie Beck (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Ingrid Blixt (Escanaba, Michigan), Phoebe Boswell (London, England), Stephany Briceno (Spring Arbor, Michigan), Arden Bendler Browning (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Jason Butler (Norwood, Ohio), Laurence Channing (Cleveland Heights, Ohio), Roger Cleaves (Madison, Wisconsin), Susan D'Amato (Syracuse, New York), Andrew DeCaen (Denton, Texas), Pam Earleywine (Marstons Mills, Massachusetts), Philip El Rassi (Urbana, Illinois), Christina Empedocles (San Francisco, California), Gregory Euclide (Minneapolis, Minnesota), Julian Farrar (Stockholm, Sweden), Laura Fisher (Cincinnati, Ohio), Jerry Flanary (Chesapeake, Virginia), Susan Frankel (Evanston, Illinois), Melissa Furness (Denver, Colorado), Lynn Galbreath (Bloomfield Township, Michigan, Elana Hagler (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Hollis Hammonds (Austin, Texas), Kristi Hargrove (Madison, Tennessee), Deborah Houston (Kingsland, Texas), Dorian Iten (Cham, Switzerland), Jason John (Sidman, Pennsylvania), Vesna Jovanovic (Chicago, Illinois), Charles Kanwischer (Waterville, Ohio), Gene Kinnamon (Madison, Wisconsin), Mandy Laschon (Richmond, Virginia), Clayton Llewellyn (San Diego, California), Paul Loehle (Cincinnati, Ohio), Aimee Manion (Cheswick, Pennsylvania), Christina Grace Mastrangelo (Florence, Italy), Robert McCann (East Lansing, Michigan), Lynne McIlvride Evans (Port Perry, Ontario), Douglas Miller (Louisville, Kentucky), Joseph A. Miller (Buffalo, New York), Teresa Oaxaca (Arlington, Virginia), Christina Pettersson (Miami, Florida), Jeremy Plunkett (Glendale, Wisconsin), Janice Porter (Chico, California), Ross Racine (New York, New York), Billy Renkl (Clarksville, Tennessee), Courtney Richards (Central, Wisconsin), Fran Richardson (West Sussex, United Kingdom), Emil Robinson (Cincinnati, Ohio), Mary Ruff (Newport News, Virginia), Doug Russell (Laramie, Wyoming), Don Simon (Medford, New Jersey), Brent Sommerhauser (Las Vegas, Nevada), Laura Stack (Minneapolis, Minnesota), Will Teather (Norfolk, United Kingdom), Christopher Troutman (Richmond, Kentucky), Anastasia Wiltshire (Olinda, Australia), Jennifer Wroblewski (Bronxville, New York), Ling Zhang (Atlanta, Georgia) Essays by A.C. Frabetti, Marilyn MacGregor, and Craig Marshall Smith with an introduction by Jason Franz.

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International Drawing Annual 4

Author: Manifest Press
ISBN Number 978-0-578-02500-1
List Price 20

The International Drawing Annual publication is an extension of Manifest's Drawing Center mission. Its goal is to support the recognition, documentation, and publication of excellent, current, and relevant works of contemporary drawing in the United States and beyond. For this 4th annual competitive INDA publication Manifest received over 1100 submissions from 411 artists in 43 states and 17 different countries. This publication includes 100 works by 48 artists from 19 states and eight countries including Australia, Canada, England, France, Italy, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States. Ten professional and academic advisors qualified in the fields of art, design, and art history juried the INDA 4. 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 are included in this publication. An Online Supplemental Resource provides biographical info, artist statements, and details of sample works for each artist included in the publicaiton. This is available on the Manifest website. Artists included are: Jowhara AlSaud (New York, New York), David Arbus (Provence, France), Stephanie Beck (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Ingrid Blixt (Escanaba, Michigan), Phoebe Boswell (London, England), Stephany Briceno (Spring Arbor, Michigan), Arden Bendler Browning (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Jason Butler (Norwood, Ohio), Laurence Channing (Cleveland Heights, Ohio), Roger Cleaves (Madison, Wisconsin), Susan D'Amato (Syracuse, New York), Andrew DeCaen (Denton, Texas), Pam Earleywine (Marstons Mills, Massachusetts), Philip El Rassi (Urbana, Illinois), Christina Empedocles (San Francisco, California), Gregory Euclide (Minneapolis, Minnesota), Julian Farrar (Stockholm, Sweden), Laura Fisher (Cincinnati, Ohio), Jerry Flanary (Chesapeake, Virginia), Susan Frankel (Evanston, Illinois), Melissa Furness (Denver, Colorado), Lynn Galbreath (Bloomfield Township, Michigan, Elana Hagler (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Hollis Hammonds (Austin, Texas), Kristi Hargrove (Madison, Tennessee), Deborah Houston (Kingsland, Texas), Dorian Iten (Cham, Switzerland), Jason John (Sidman, Pennsylvania), Vesna Jovanovic (Chicago, Illinois), Charles Kanwischer (Waterville, Ohio), Gene Kinnamon (Madison, Wisconsin), Mandy Laschon (Richmond, Virginia), Clayton Llewellyn (San Diego, California), Paul Loehle (Cincinnati, Ohio), Aimee Manion (Cheswick, Pennsylvania), Christina Grace Mastrangelo (Florence, Italy), Robert McCann (East Lansing, Michigan), Lynne McIlvride Evans (Port Perry, Ontario), Douglas Miller (Louisville, Kentucky), Joseph A. Miller (Buffalo, New York), Teresa Oaxaca (Arlington, Virginia), Christina Pettersson (Miami, Florida), Jeremy Plunkett (Glendale, Wisconsin), Janice Porter (Chico, California), Ross Racine (New York, New York), Billy Renkl (Clarksville, Tennessee), Courtney Richards (Central, Wisconsin), Fran Richardson (West Sussex, United Kingdom), Emil Robinson (Cincinnati, Ohio), Mary Ruff (Newport News, Virginia), Doug Russell (Laramie, Wyoming), Don Simon (Medford, New Jersey), Brent Sommerhauser (Las Vegas, Nevada), Laura Stack (Minneapolis, Minnesota), Will Teather (Norfolk, United Kingdom), Christopher Troutman (Richmond, Kentucky), Anastasia Wiltshire (Olinda, Australia), Jennifer Wroblewski (Bronxville, New York), Ling Zhang (Atlanta, Georgia) Essays by A.C. Frabetti, Marilyn MacGregor, and Craig Marshall Smith with an introduction by Jason Franz.

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