Jaroslav Róna

Born in Prague on 27. 4. 1957, Jaroslav Róna is a sculptor, painter and performer belonging to the postmodern generation of the 1980s which has experienced the period of communism, its fall and transition to democracy. He was a member of the Tvrdohlaví (The Stubborn), a significant art group which participated in activities leading to liberation of the art scene from socialist demagogy. He has also worked as a theatre and film designer and participated in architectural work. The main focus of his work is creating sculptures for public space and painting. From 2005 to 2012 he taught the art of sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague. He has illustrated several books, including 1984 by G. Orwell and The Citadel by Saint-Exupéry. He has published two books of his drawings and texts.

  • Section: Sculpture
  • Venue: Marinaressa Gardens
  • Based in: Prague, Czech Republic
  • Links: Website

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