Luke Drozd (b.1981 Derby UK) is an artist based in London intent on creating a body of work that is visceral, rich and varied. He studied BA Fine Art at Leeds Metropolitan University, Leeds, England and is currently by day studying towards a Masters in Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, whilst at night he creeps through the corridors of the world of contemporary illustration.
His practice takes in a multitude of arts disciplines including fine art painting and drawing, illustration, performance and ephemeral works. His solo work has been exhibited internationally including at the closing party for the Scottish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, Scotlandís Six Cities Design Festival, 2007 Jerwood Drawing Prize and shows with Dazed and Confused Magazine. He also works with a variety of arts collectives including The Werewolves of London and Leeds, England based Black Dogs.
Summer Shows 2012
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