For over three decades Rox de Luca has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions. Recent projects include; solo exhibition Still Gleaning for Plastics, on the Beach at Articulate project space, Sydney and participation in Contour 556 in Canberra.
Gleaning for plastic, on the beach for Art+Climate=Change, Melbourne, 2019; Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi, 2013 and 2016; Hidden Rookwood Cemetery, 2016; Sentient Visibility at Grace Cossington Smith Gallery, Sydney; Vivid at Chapman, Melbourne; Making: memory at Articulate, Sydney and solo show Gleaning for plastic, on the beach, 2016 at Articulate. The artist was awarded a Fremantle Art Centre Residency, 2019, and has been a finalist for prizes including the Ravenswood Women's Art Prize; Fisher’s Ghost Art Award and Deakin Small Sculpture Award. De Luca received a Bachelor of Arts (Visual) from Canberra School of Art (1985) and a Graduate Diploma in Arts Administration, University of NSW (1988).