The Antipodean Manifesto

With deep attachment to post-war modernist artistic and literary associations of the Heide circle, seven artists were concerned about the style of abstract art ultimately leading to the death of art. These artists – Charles Blackman, Arthur Boyd, David Boyd, John Brack, Robert Dickerson, John Perceval, and Clifton Pugh – believed in recognizable images and subject matter, elements that they felt were being lost.
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