Česlovas Lukenskas is one of the most prominent pioneers of contemporary interdisciplinary art in Lithuania. He has held several dozen personal exhibitions and projects in Lithuania and abroad. He is also a winner of various awards and scholarships. Česlovas is a member of Lithuanian Artists’ Association, the founder and member of the “Post Ars” group. His works have been exhibited in Düsseldorf, Berlin, Abtei Liesborn museum (Germany), London (UK), Brixen (Italy), Paris, Nimes (France), Espaco IMERGE (Porto, Portugal), Copenhagen (Denmark). He has participated in group exhibitions in Kiev (Ukraine), Pereslavl-Zaleski (Russia), Ljubljana (Slovenia), Warsaw (Poland), Tampere Hall (Finland), Bekesaba and Budapest (Hungary), Chicago (USA) and elsewhere. Works by Č. Lukenskas have been bought by Lithuanian Museum of Art, M. K. Čiurlionis National Museum of Art, National Gallery of Art, MO Museum, private collectors in Lithuania and abroad.
Together with a group of artists from “Post Ars”, he has been awarded the Grand Prix for Post-Industrial Landscape regeneration project “Score” at Europa Biennale Niederlausitz II (Germany) in 1993. In 2009 he was selected as the most memorable artist in Kaunas.