Stanislav KolíbalBorn December 11 1925, Orlová
An important Czech sculptor, a representative of conceptual thinking who tried to combine art and architecture. The author of a number of public implementations, such as a relief wall for the Czechoslovak Embassy in London and the Pankrác head of the Nusle Bridge in Prague. During Communist rule (1970-1988), he was forbidden to exhibit and export his works abroad. However, he never stopped creating and he developed the possibilities of spatial installations in his studio.
graphics, illustration, installation, object, scenography, drawing, sculpture