Alexey Luka‘s Misunderstanding is part of “Where viewable” a group exhibition at the Moskvich Cultural Center in Moscow, Russia.
According to the artist “The exhibition draws attention to the way of the space constructing by the artist, to the relationship of each work not only with the interior, but also with the exterior. This creates a reflection of the urban landscape in the exhibition. The unifying architectural space of the Moskvich Cultural Center provides an opportunity to play with internal and external perspective.”
His style is derived from what he calls “visual experiments” where he forms abstract characters with organic shapes and geometric compositions, almost in a cubistic way. Beautiful work.


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