Dritan Hyska's work is the result of research into architecture as a human product. The interest that leads to the architecture shows how a concern inward so that cross transmits a reflection of human complexity. Aside from architecture, Dritan deals with themes of work and man, society and nature, using photography, paintings, video and installations. He was an artist in residence in RAVI, Liege, 2014; Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Venice, 2013; Kulturkontakt Austria, Vienna, 2012; International Studios & Curatorial Program (ISCP), New York, 2011. Solo exhibitions include Zeta Gallery, Tirana, 2014; La Fenice Gallery, Venice, 2013; Al-Bunduqiyya, Venice, 2008; – A+A Gallery, Venice, 2006. His work has been shown in group exhibitions at: Fab Gallery, Tirana, 2015; RAVI, Liege, 2014; Palazzo Malipiero, Venice, 2014; Monotono Space, Vicenza, 2014; Bevilacqua La Masa Fondation Gallery, Venice, 2014; Il Crepaccio, Milan, 2013; Remap 4, Kerameikos Metaxourgeios, Athens, 2013; Fab Gallery and Miza Gallery, Tirana, 2013; Open C.A.S.E 303, Athens, 2013; Dolomiti Contemporanee, Taibon, 2012; Forte Marghera, Venice, 2012; Artpoint Gallery, Vienna, 2012; o.T. Projektraum, Berlin, 2011; National Gallery, Skopje, 2010; Duplex 10m2 Gallery, Sarajevo, 2010; Schijnheilig Gallery, Amsterdam, 2010; National Gallery, Pristina, 2010; Artplay, Moscow, 2010; Biblioteca Civica Italo Calvino, Turin, 2009; Centro Culturale Borges, Buenos Aires; National Gallery, Tirana, 2008; Mollo 5, Trieste, 2008; Villa di Toppo FlorioButtrio, Udine, 2007; Contemporaneo Gallery, Mestre, 2007; La permanente, Milano, 2006; Villa Manin Centro d’Arte Contemporanea, 2006; among others.