The work of Luba Lukova and her Designing Justice exhibition are featured by the International Network of Museums for Peace (INMP) in their new issue, published in English, Japanese, and Spanish.
Eighteen serigraphs by Luba Lukova, including some of her best-known social commentary works, are on view at Museum Ulm, Germany as part of the exhibition "Protest! gestalten" Shaping Protest: Symbols, Gestures, Signals.
An exhibition at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, a Smithsonian Affiliate in Cincinnati, Ohio, tackles issues of humanity and inequity in contemporary artist Luba Lukova works for Designing Justice. Her vivid, captivating works address the complexities of our time and make the issues that impact our lives and our communities more approachable. Lukova’s thought-provoking imagery is a powerful vehicle providing visibility to a range of topics, including income equality, immigration, war and peace, the environment and more.
The power of art is the power to transform. Through her images, Lukova inspires us to be a force for good in the world.
New York-based Luba Lukova creates striking images that have been exhibited worldwide. Passionate and bold, her messages reflect the human condition, fundamental fairness, and justice.
Luba Lukova Studio
3105 Crescent Street
Long Island City, NY 11106