Alexey Luka
Solo exhibitions

Side View. 9B Gallery, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia

Phantom memories. Ruarts Gallery, Moscow


Sukhaya Gora winery. Novorossiysk, Russia

A Situation of Uncertainty. MESTO project, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia


I am at home. New Holland Island, Saint Petersburg. Russia


Entrance #5. Ruarts Gallery, Moscow, Russia

Oktava Creative Industrial Cluster, Tula, Russia



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


Mural. Rummu, Estonia

Stadt Wand Kunst. Mannheim, Germany

Art Walk Saarbrucken. Saarbrucken, Germany


WEAART. Aalborg, Denmark

Altrove Festival. Catanzaro, Italy

MB6: Street Art. Marrakesh, Morocco


Being here. Wunderkammern Gallery, Rome, Italy

SAC project. Kosice, Slovakia

Cibus in Fabula project. Milan, Italy


"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


LGZ festival. Moscow, Russia

Art-ovrag festival. Vyksa, Russia

Poliniza festival. Valencia, Spain


Street art festival 16th line. Rostov on Don, Russia

Architectural farm. Moscow, Russia

Group exhibitions

Personal space. Ruarts Gallery, Moscow, Russia

Section. Ruarts Foundation, Moscow, Russia


TRUE LY. Ruarts Foundation, Moscow, Russia

Soft Homeland. Ruarts Foundation, Moscow, Russia


A Mezzanine House. Archstoyanie 2020, Nikola-Lenivets, Russia

rePlasic. Electromuseum, Moscow, Russia

Timeout. Gamma Gallery, Moscow, Russia

Nothing box. Basmanyy dvor, Moscow, Russia


The 8th Moscow International Biennale of Contemporary Art. The Main Project “Orienteering And Positioning”, The New Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia

Recycle or die. GUM-Red-Line Gallery, Moscow, Russia

Direction / Instruction. Paradigm Gallery, Philadelphia, USA

Five Years. Mini Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Gravitational Collapse. Artservatory Center of Contemporary Art, Khabarovsk, Russia

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


Wall Elements 2. Ruarts Gallery, Moscow, Russia

Wall Elements. Manege Central Exhibition Hall, Saint Petersburg, Russia


Dacha Season. (With Mikhail Buryj). Ruarts Gallery, Moscow, Russia

Conflict / Obstruction. MISP (The Museum of 20th and 21st Century St. Petersburg Art), Saint Petersburg, Russia

Opened Circle. (With Swiz). Zimmerling and Jungfleisch Gallery, Saarbrucken, Germany


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


Unforeseen Circumstances. Ruarts Gallery, Moscow, Russia


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 Mini Galerie, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Wider than a Postcard. Breeze block Gallery, Portland, USA

Synthesis & Integration. Gallery Art.Ru, Moscow, Russia


Side B. (With Natalia Serkova). Project Fabrika, Moscow, Russia


Homework. (With NOOTK). Mesto Gallery, Moscow, Russia

Alexey Luka (born in 1983) is a Moscow artist, one of the participants of the Russian street art wave movement, whose creative method addresses abstract painting and rethinking of modernist traditions in urban space. Alexey Luka works with the architectural form and texture of materials, using various media, including painting, graphics, objects and installations.

Alexey’s interest in the architectural component, as well as his passion for graffiti and street art, emerge during his studies at the Moscow Architectural Institute. Gradually, street art became an increasingly prominent artistic movement in Russia, having acquired institutional recognition owing to numerous festivals and biennales. In parallel with this process, Luka’s desire to transform his hobby into professional artistic practice grew.

Alexey Luka is a frequent participant in the Russian and international Biennales (I, II and III Street wave art biennale “Artmossphere” (2014, 2016, 2018), the 6th Biennale in Marrakesh, Morocco (2016)), as well as in important collective projects (the first integral research on Russian street art «Wall elements» by Alex Partola (2018)) and exhibitions («Wall elements» at the Central Exhibition Hall Manege in St. Petersburg (2018), «The Wall» as a part of the Street Art Forum in MMOMA (2019)). Besides, Alexey regularly creates large-scale murals participating since 2012 in various public-art festivals all over the world: in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Vyksa, Rostov-on-Don and Astrakhan, as well as in many cities of Italy, Spain, Germany, Denmark, France, Estonia, Slovakia and Morocco.

Luka's works have been several times presented at dual and collective exhibitions in Ruarts Gallery (“Wall elements” 2014; “Unforeseen Circumstances” 2015; “Dacha Season” 2017; “Wall elements 2” 2018).

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