In his ART he shows scenes of love, lust, interpersonal bond, family, youth, old age and all that comes between.
His provocative and shocking work has not always been widely accepted. On the contrary, Saudek has been criticized for the nature and content of his work, which often depicts controversial erotic scenes. In the works displayed below, Saudek’s sexually-charged, dreamy worlds interact with innocent but bold characters. Their sensuality in combination with the background, create a feeling of mysticism and spirituality, making Saudek’s paintings look like odes to three of the most important things in life. Life, death, and sex.
His work has been recurrently criticized and banned due to its controversial and sensitive objects.
His work balances between admiration and offense. Saudek has been accused of painting children in sexual environments. On August 21, 2011, during the opening of the Ballarat International Foto Biennale, his work Black Sheep & White Crow was removed from the show, due to child prostitution reports.
It's hard to explain how his ART with all those themes of personal erotic freedom and wildness survived during the Communism regime.
Saudek lives in Prague now, he is happily married and had a baby a few years ago.
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