Crestyl threatens legal action against Mucha Plocková over Slav Epic

Robert McLean

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Crestyl has rejected in the strongest terms accusations by an opponent of one of its projects that it’s cooperating with sanctioned members of the Russian oligarchy. “Their goal is clearly to damage Crestyl and in our opinion to block the construction of an exposition of the Slav Epic by Alphonse Mucha in the Savarin project.” The developer is preparing to take legal steps against Jarmila Mucha Plocková, who it points out is in a legal dispute over the artist’s estate. “The project Savarin has absolutely nothing to do with any Russian or other oligarchies and it will be a truly worthy venue for posting the Epic.” In a press statement, claims Plocková wants the grandiose artwork to be placed elsewhere, but that she’s using methods unfair practices that “damage the good name of Crestyl.”


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