Anthony Breslin: Frantic Bloom - Art Collector


20 April 2011 | Anthony Breslin is the subject of a new monograph titled Frantic Bloom.

The Melbourne-based artist is known for his painting and performance work (although he is also a poet, stage performer, stage designer and director) and his painting draws heavily on primitivism and surrealism, frequently using the motif of the deformed human face.


Frantic Bloom features a foreword by QC Paul Guest and an essay by Lisa Etheridge of RMIT.

Jane O'Sullivan

Frantic Bloom (hardcover) is published by Melbourne Books.

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