Alexey ‘Luka’ Luchko is one of the most progressive Russian artists who started their career with street art. For more than fifteen years he has been painting on walls and canvases, making collages, voluminous compositions of wood and other materials, as well as digital works, all of them bearing unmistakable traces of his signature style. His non-figurative geometric compositions find their way to the facades of houses; the same Suprematist style can be traced in his installations and assemblies from wood, where accents are arranged using color and geometry. Since 2008, his works have been shown at exhibitions in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Amsterdam, Lyon, Paris, Portland, Rotterdam and San Francisco. In 2014, as part of the ARTMOSSPHERE Moscow Street Art Biennale, he had a joint Long Tomorrow exhibition with Dmitri Aske. In the spring of 2015, his personal exhibition opened at the Wunderkammern Gallery in Rome. The autumn of 2015 saw the opening of the Unforeseen Circumstances the group exhibition at the RuArts Gallery, which also featured Dmitri Aske, German artist SatOne and Finsta from Sweden. In 2017, he again made a duet with Dmitri Aske, creating several works for the Summer Season exhibition at the RuArts Gallery.
ARTMOSSPHERE is an independent creative association providing support for the development of street art in Russia; the main driving force behind the Moscow Street Art Biennale of the same name (2014/2016), the only international festival in Russia devoted entirely to street art. The main project of the II Biennale of street art entitled the Invisible Wall was held in the Moscow Manezh in September 2016 entering to the TOP-3 nominees of The Art Newspaper Russia Award (Exhibition of the Year category). In June 2017, the ARTMOSSPHERE was nominated for the Moscow Urban Forum Award (Urban Design category).