The Long Tomorrow.
Two person exhibition with Dmitri Aske.
The name of the exhibition is a reference to the novel 'The Long Tomorrow' by an American writer Leigh Douglass Brackett, written in 1955 and raising important questions concerning technological development and the possible future of our civilization. Artists' new works are dedicated to present and future. Luka's semiabstract geometric assemblages and canvases contain scenes of our modern everyday life, while Aske's artworks have been inspired by science fiction.
Wood and plywood Assemblages. Mixed media, wood assemblage. Hand made paper collages. Acrylic paint on canvases. Different sizes.
Pechersky Gallery. Moscow. Russia. 2014.