Born 1975 in Zabrze/Poland.
Lukasz Lendzinski studied architecture and design at the State Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart (diploma 2007).
His exhibitions include installations such as Pop Up!, Stuttgart (2008); Villa Kownacki, Subvision. Festival. Kunst. Off., Hamburg (2009); Mindestens haltbar bis (Station 2), in cooperation with Andreas Mayer, Lothringer13, Munich (2009); sweaty wall, Sidewalk Deli, Kunstverein Hamburg in cooperation with noroomgallery, Hamburg (2010); sweaty house, off-Festival, in cooperation with kronika, Kattowice/Poland (2010).
He received several awards and scholarships, including the first prize for The Lobby, intervention in public space; the first prize for 72 hour urban action, Bat-Yam Biennale of Landscape Urbanism, Tel Aviv/Israel as well as the Landesgraduiertenförderung of the State of Baden-Württemberg (2007–2009). In 2007, Lukasz Lendzinski founded the group Umschichten, together with Peter Weigand.