1997 – born in Kyiv, Ukraine
2022 – moved to Berlin after russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine
2022- member of the Ukrainian Cultural Community, Berlin

2014 – 2018 – National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture
(Graphic department), Kyiv
2007 – 2014 -Taras Shevchenko State Art School, Kyiv

• exhibition at the “Living Solidarity” event, MOOS, Berlin
• exhibition “Immigration, integration and community”, Kulturschöpfer’s Green Hill Gallery, Berlin
• personal exhibition “Reflection”, Ukrainian Cultural Community, Berlin
• exhibition “You Know That You Are Human @ POINTS of RESISTANCE V”, Zionskirche, Berlin
• exhibition “Ukrainization”, Galerie SLP, Berlin
• BAAM_Berlin Affordable Art Market, Monopol gallery, Berlin
• exhibition"Holding the Line – Creative Resistance from Ukraine", SomoS, Berlin
• exhibition"Transit zone. Exit gate Nr. 2022", Mytets gallery, Kiyv
• All-Ukrainian triennial “Graphics – 2021”, Central House of Artists, Kiyv
• international art project #365daysafter, Mytets gallery, Kiyv
• exhibition “From the drawer to the wall”, Meancult gallery, Kiyv
• X All-Ukrainian artist competition named after Georgy Yakutovich, Central House of Artists, Kiyv
• art fair “BAZARt: 100 Jahre Bauhaus”, IZONE, Kiyv
• PrintFest 4/100, MetaCulture, Kiyv
• Print Fest 3/100, Plivka, Kiyv
• All-Ukrainian triennial “Graphics – 2018”,Central House of Artists, Kiyv
• Ukrainian Print Exchange 2017,Gallery 83, Kiyv
• exhibition “20.18. Thinking about tomorrow”, Art Zavod Platforma, Kiyv
• exhibition “Nestrymnist’”, Gallery 83, Kiyv
• exhibition “Spadkoyemtsi”, Nebo Art Gallery, Kiyv
• All-Ukrainian Christmas Exhibition, Central House of Artists, Kiyv
• All-Ukrainian exhibition dedicated to the artist’s day, Central House of Artists, Kiyv
• exhibition “Svitohlyad”, Art Zavod Platforma, Kiyv
• exhibition “Around the axis”, Art Zavod Platforma, Kiyv
• All-Ukrainian exhibition dedicated to the artist’s day, Central House of Artists, Kiyv
• Personal exhibition in Hetman’s Museum, Kiyv

Mariia Lutsak is a Ukrainian graphic artist who works in various techniques of printmaking as well as drawing in watercolor and ink.
Before the war, Mariia drew inspiration for her works mainly from her own environment, particularly nature. When working on monotype, she uses her own collected and dried flowers and herbs, which she composes in a composition, covers with paint and prints on paper. In her watercolor works, Mariia combines a masterful mastery of classical technique with modern, sometimes surrealistic sensibilities. A significant place in the artist’s work is occupied by working with ink, but not in its usual use, but with the use of a lot of water, which allows the ink to flow freely – in this process, Mariia seeks a certain balance between restraint and expression.
At now all of Mariia’s works are reflections on the theme of war. Based on her own and others’ experiences, she talks about such things as the loss of home, memories, the pain of bereavement, and the horrors of war.