Lucas Kröeff

Lucas Kröeff is a Brazilian visual artist. 
He develops his works in a free interface between independent initiatives, art institutions and book publishers, producing Installations, books, objects, videos and ephemeral collective experiments.
Lucas Kröeff explores the relationship between history, politics, the collective imagination and the construction of his own subjectivity, in a process of building exchange networks as well as a systematic procedures for organizing everyday life.
His works have already been presented at 11th São Paulo Architecture Biennial, Cambridge Museum of Technology, São Paulo Cinematheque, Museum of Mines and Metal, IIIX International Festival of Videoart of Barcelona, ARCOMadrid among other institutions and art galleries. In 2015 he received the Sustainability Art Prize in Cambridge (UK).
Lucas Kröeff has been actively publishing books for over 10 years as a form of his main working media.
He co-founded and participated in several art collectives, including Atpress in London, as well as the MAPA, Editora, BANCA and Quadradocirculo groups in Brazil.
As a graphic artist, Lucas Kröeff actively develops book covers and book collections using the alphabet as a conceptual design tool. He has already made book covers for Masha Alyokhina, Félix Guattari, Harriet Jacobs, Walter Benjamim, Franz Kafka, Fernando Pessoa, Celso Favaretto, Paul D. Escott, Baudelaire, Machiavelli, H.P. Lovecraft, Fernand Deligny, Stéphane Mallarmé and many other authors.