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Attila Richard Lukacs | Creative Muscle, Hamilton Magazine, 2011

Range of Motion, 1990, oil and gold leaf on canvas (Detail)

Creative Muscle AGH’s Lukacs survey ranges from figurative to abstract and beyond BY TOR LUKASIK-FOSS Hamilton Magazine Fall 2011

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Hobo Magazine, December 2007

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Attila Richard Lukacs by Sean Starke Hobo Magazine, December 2007 Despite the rumours you may have heard, the artist Attila Richard Lukacs is not dead. Many people thought he died, some probably even hoped so, and others figured he was … Continue reading

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Vancouver Sun, 2003

The Basement Reveals Artistic Genius Five of Vancouver’s best artists are featured at the peak of their powers By Michael Scott, Vancouver Sun Wednesday October 29, 2003 Welcome to The Basement, a temporary art gallery three storeys below Nelson Street … Continue reading

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Culturati, Village Voice, New York, 2000

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By Richard Goldstein February 9-15, 2000 Skin Deep “I have this recurring dream where I’m a serial killer,” Attila Richard Lukacs reveals. Once, he woke up in such a panic that he couldn’t tell the reverie from reality. He kept … Continue reading

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Parachute: Contemporary Art Magazine, July 1998

By Jonathan Goodman Phyllis Kind Gallery, New York, October 25 – December 6 Tongue very much in cheek, Calgary-born, now New York-based, painter Attila Richard Lukacs offered recent work, continuing his powerfully painted, affecting odyssey of gay life. The thirty-five-year-old … Continue reading

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Half Empty, 1998

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By Dagmar Alexander HALF EMPTY – ART, 12/13/98 REVIEW With combinations of different artistic periodic styles, Lukacs shares his obsessions by portraying them in a realistic, yet fantastical manner. Beck Hanson (Beck), one of the greatest rock and roll musicians of … Continue reading

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