ART & STYLE St.Gallen-Lake Constance

International Trends in Art and Design


ART & STYLE StGallen 2009


Lukas was born in Macau and had his early education in Canada where he studied Music and Art. In Canada, his interest in Art manifested itself and his creative side pushed him to take Art as a career path. He gained entrance to the prestigious Central Saint Martin College of Art and Design in London and graduated in 2006.

He had been working freelance in various design and art projects all around Europe in various capacities. After this valuable experience, he has decided to focus his career in the area of modern art, applying his experience and skills that he has gained using mediums such as painting, photography and graphic prints.

He is deeply interested in abstract expressionism. He takes his inspiration from the chaos that surrounds the world and expresses it in his art work. Lukas is based in Zurich and London.

Statements on Collections

The current collection takes inspiration from the environment and the current global warming phenomenon. The collection focuses on one of the worlds endangered species – the polar bear, which is quickly loosing it’s habitat to global warming. The polar bear symbolises the threat to nature that we humans risk by not taking more direct actions to help reduce or alleviate this global environment.
The collections show a male polar bear which roams at the Arctic alone in its natural habitat.
The collection aims to show the struggle of the polar bear against the forces of nature that is ever present in its environment, such as the snow storms and the long winter and summer of the Arctic. The collection gradually shows the depletion of its natural habitat due to the effects of human activity around the globe.

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ART & STYLE St.Gallen-Lake Constance 2009
The Art Event - International Trends in Art and Design
Olma Trade Fairs St.Gallen, Switzerland
Hall 3.1, Entry St.Jakobstrasse
23 - 26 April 2009
Opening and Vernissage: Thursday 23 April, 18 - 21 h
Public days: Friday 24 April, Saturday 25 April, Sunday 26 April, 10 -18 h


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