Works portraying a 40-year career of Udo Sellbach will soon be on show to the public at the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery. The exhibition Udo Sellbach: And Still I See It features more than 30 of the artist’s prints, printing plates and book.
“They (the works) are very much in your face and they’re telling you all sorts of challenging ideas,” Australian National University emeritus professor Sasha Grishin said.
“When you start looking at what his messages are, they’re really positive… There’s no really happy story about it, but there is a very important story about it which is to say that human struggle is beautiful.”
There will be a floor talk at 11am on Saturday, September 3, at the Wellington Street site.