Jan Senbergs
From screenprinter to painter
5 April - 25 May 2008
Project gallery, Ground Level
Jan Senbergs, born in Latvia in 1939, is one of Australia’s best known contemporary artists. This exhibition comprises a generous selection of Jan Senbergs' screenprints, which reflect the artist's fascination with technology, paintings related closely to them, and a number of his most powerful paintings from the 1960s to the most recent. It presents the artist's prints within the context of his work as a whole, underlining their central importance to his evolution into a remarkable, idiosyncratic and admired draughtsman and painter.

Jan Senbergs West Melbourne: a structure for Boullee and Ledoux (design for National Australia Bank tapestry) 1979. Gift of the artist 1998

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