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Alexey Luka
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Alexey LUKA

Alexey Luka was born in 1983. In 2006 he graduated from the Moscow Architectural Institute. Now living and working in Moscow, Alexey Luka is one of the most talented and influential young artists in the Russian contemporary art scene. Luka has participated in important international projects, like LGZ Festival in Moscow (2013), the Le M.U.R. XIII project in Paris (2014), the Artmosspere Street Art Biennale in Moscow (2016) and the Marrakech Biennale (2016).
With a background in architecture studies, Alexey Luka developed a unique and recognizable style, based on the use of abstract geometric shapes and chromatic variations. Perfectly comfortable with different techniques, spray paints, acrylic paints, sculpture, and collage, Alexey Luka has been creating complex compositions in which the colors and geometric lines interact, resulting in a sort of puzzle to decipher. The observer is left, therefore, to reconstruct and consequently interpret the image, starting precisely with the colors that suggest shapes: faces, characters and landscapes alternate in a game of perception that activates our imagination. Through the composition
and decomposition of the shapes and the chromatic combinations, with references to constructivism and neo-plasticism, the artist aims to tell a story, to evoke a situation or a vision, in an entirely unusual and original way.

Solo exhibitions
2019 Entrance #5. Ruarts Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2015 Being here. Wunderkammern Gallery, Rome, Italy

Selected group exhibitions
2019 The Street Art Forum. Exhibition "Wall". The Moscow Museum of Modern Art, in collaboration with Ruarts Foundation and the Street Art Research Institute, Moscow, Russia
2018 Wall Elements 2. Ruarts Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Wall Elements. Manege Central Exhibition Hall, Saint Petersburg, Russia
2017 Dacha Season. (With Mikhail Buryj). Ruarts Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Opened Circle. (With Swiz). Zimmerling and Jungfleisch Gallery, Saarbrucken, Germany
2016 Face. Futuro Gallery, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
#Project 64. VDNKh, Moscow, Russia
II Artmossphere Street Art Biennale. Manege Central Exhibition Hall, Moscow, Russia
AltRove Group Show. Altrove Gallery, Catanzaro, Italy
MB6 Project. 6th Marrakech Biennale, Marrakech, Morocco
Let me be your hero. GHAYA Gallery, Sidi Bou Said, Tunisia
2015 Unforeseen Circumstances. Ruarts Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2014 The Long Tomorrow. (With Dmitri Aske). Pechersky Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Late, Still Life. (With NELIO). Enjoyted Galerie, Lyon, France
A Major Minority. 1AMSF Gallery, San Francisco, USA
I Artmossphere Street Art Biennale. ARTPLAY Design Center, Moscow, Russia
2013 Col.la.ge. Mini Galerie, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Wider than a Postcard. Breeze block Gallery, Portland, USA
Synthesis & Integration. Gallery Art.Ru, Moscow, Russia
2012 Side B. (With Natalia Serkova). Project Fabrika, Moscow, Russia
2010 Homework. (With NOOTK). Mesto Gallery, Moscow, Russia

Murals
2018
PREMIO ANTONIO GIORDANO. Urban Art Festival, Santa Croce di Magliano, Italy
VIAVAI Project. Casarano, Italy
FestiWall. PUBLIC ART FESTIVAL, Ragusa, Italy
Chilím Festival. Astrakhan, Russia
Satka Street Art Fest. Satka, Chelyabinsk region, Russia
Urvanity Art Fair. Madrid, Spain
2017
Mural. Rummu, Estonia
Stadt Wand Kunst. Mannheim, Germany
Art Walk Saarbrucken. Saarbrucken, Germany
2016
WEAART. Aalborg, Denmark
Altrove Festival. Catanzaro, Italy
MB6: Street Art. Marrakesh, Morocco
2015
SAC project. Kosice, Slovakia
Cibus in Fabula project. Milan, Italy
2014
"New City" festival. Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
Memorie Urbane. Arce, Italy
Memorie Urbane. Terracina, Italy
Le MUR XIII project. Paris, France
Mural. Rome, Italy
Street Art Museum. Saint Petersburg, Russia
2013
Lgz festival. Moscow, Russia
Art-ovrag festival. Vyksa, Russia
Poliniza festival. Valencia, Spain
2012
Street art festival 16th line. Rostov on Don, Russia
Architectural farm. Moscow, Russia
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