Orsolya Luca

is a Hungarian Photographer works and lives in the United Kingdom.

“My work is based on observations of mundane scenarios, edited in a visual style that is shifting in-between documentary, street photography and pseudo reportage. I enjoy using multiple media and classic photographic processes to express the essence of a momentary experience and present them in projects as one common stream of consciousness. “


2010- 2014 University of the Arts London – London College of Fashion BA(Hons) Fashion Photography – First class

2010 Moholy-Nagy University – Foundation Degree
Budapest, Hungary

2007 – 2008 Hungarian Foundation for Photographers – Budapest, Hungary

2004 – 2006 Technical and Craftsman School Budapest, Hungary 

Academic Experience 

2014- 2020 Associate Lecturer – University of the Arts London – London College of Fashion and Chelsea College of Art

2017 – Visiting Lecturer – KREA – Contemporary Art School Budapest

Group Exhibitions 

2017 Saatchi Gallery London, Dystopia – Group exhibition

2017 New East – The Calvert Journal Lucky Shanghai

2014 ‘The Yard’ Shoreditch –Group Exhibition – London, UK

2014  Printspace – Group Exhibition – London, UK 

2009 Galerie Treppenhaus “A Step Beyond’ – Einen Schritt weiter” Erlangen, Germany

2008 Gallery Moon – InFúzió – FFS – Budapest, Hungary 

Art Projects and Publications: 

2022 The Booooooom, Lucky Shanghai, Vancouver, Canada

2021 Broad Magazine, Vancouver, Canada

2017 The Calvert Journal – Lucky Shanghai – Interview on the subject of post-communism and the New East

2017 Saatchi Gallery London, Dystopia has been selected to group exhibition

2017 The Guardian 

2016 Número Homme Germany – fashion editorial

2016 Philosophy – Mt Fuji

2015 Lucky Shanghai – Photo Essay  

2015 iD – Diversity Project – collaboration with iD 

2014 Sir John Cass Foundation – Prisoner’s project

2014 Dystopia – Art Project – Hard Cover Book 300 copies

2010 The Room Magazine – Independent Art and Fashion Magazine 

2010 Space for living – Photo Essay

2008 Concrete Lux – Photo Essay


Orsolya received the Outstanding Creative award at University of the Arts in 2014