Composition in D Minor
Polyptych in Eight Sections
bitumen, polyurethane, enamel, fluorescent, and collage on canvas
72 x 65 in
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Attila Richard Lukacs is a renown Canadian Painter who has exhibited extensively throughout North America and Europe. He graduated from Emily Carr Institute of Art + Design, Vancouver in 1985, at the same time his work was shown in an exhibition that has attained legendary status: The Young Romantics at the Vancouver Art Gallery. This exhibition launched the career of Lukacs and a group of his peers, leading them all to international acclaim. Lukacs has lived and worked as an artist in Berlin (1986-1996), New York (1996-2001), Hawaii (2001), and Vancouver (present). He is best known for works that depict exaggerated male figures, such as gay skinheads and military cadets (Military Series True North), he has also developed an extensive and critical body of abstract work. Lukacs’ work is held in numerous public and private collections such as the Vancouver Art Gallery, Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst (Belgium), Musée D’art Contemporain (Montreal), John Stewart Collection (NY), and the Sala Bachir Collection (Toronto).