NUDE: 14th Annual Exhibit Exploring the Uncovered Human Form in Current Art
The Cincinnati based non-profit arts organization and gallery, Manifest, invites visual artists and designers to submit original works that address the uncovered human form in current art. Open to any and all traditional and non-traditional 2D and 3D visual arts media.
The human body is a popular subject for many reasons, the most obvious being that it is us. Throughout history (and pre-history) the representation of the human form has been charged with tremendous energy. Whether it be a religious edict that one should not depict the human form—a taboo, or the glorious opposite—a revelation of mastery over form in the crafting of sensuous and life-like physical human beauty, the art of the body has moved us through time.
Through all the permutations art has experienced across history, work of the body persists. We use the human nude to master skill, understand ourselves, and push social and psychological buttons for the sake of expression (sensual, delicate, political, social, narrative, spiritual, and so on). We intend for Manifest's ongoing annual NUDE project, now in its 14th year, to explore how our collective body is used today in art to achieve these goals and more.
This year we are again happy to offer our invitation to artists to submit works in any media, of any style or genre (abstract, conceptual, realistic, etc.), and of any size, for consideration in Manifest's 14th annual NUDE, an international competitive exhibit exploring the uncovered human form in current art.
$40 for up to FOUR entries submitted. $5 per each additional entry.