Painter and sculptor Jaroslav Róna completed an extraordinary statue, designed for public space and dedicated to Jobst of Luxembourg, Margrave of Moravia. Rona´s knight on horseback, one of the ten largest bronze equestrian statues in the world, is an allegory of Courage.

Czechia 2016
70 min.

Time-lapse documentary about this important event in Czech art gave the authors of the film a good opportunity to learn more about the artist – an extraordinary personality of his generation and a member of famous “The Stubborn” art group. On the background of the bronze statue´ birth a broad-based artistic dialogue opens between the filmmakers and the artist about the role of statues in today's postmodern world, the relationship of sculptor and architect in the perception of space and the vision of a modern city.

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