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Luiza Lukova
Luiza Lukova

Luiza Lukova

Luiza Lukova is a visual arts writer, poet and curator. Her academic background lies in Postmodern Art History and Literature, with a particular penchant for the Abstract Expressionists and for confessional narrative. She is the co-founder of homebase, a non-traditional backyard gallery space in SE Portland. Her other critical writing can be found at Art PracticalArt & About PDX60 Inch Center, and others. Born in Bulgaria, she is currently living and working in Portland, Oregon. More of her work can be found on her website.

Art Review: Olivia Faith Harwood at Fuller Rosen Gallery

In the paintings in her debut show, “Possessions, Possessions,” Harwood weaves together chimerical forms, childhood memories, and mundane items pulled from everyday life to create emotionally resonant compositions.

Art for and from unprecedented times

Luiza Lukova explores RACC’s new program “Capturing the Moment – Stories from a Pandemic” and highlights artist projects from the debut selections.