The continuing need of improvements governed by the development of all optically controlled devices providing wide broadband sensitivity, high spatial resolution and low energy consumption rapidly increase. In this paper, we review varieties of organic-inorganic hybrid structures that can be used as all optically driven high resolution spatial light modulators. In the proposed structures all optical processes are controlled by the surface activated photorefractive phenomena, typical for highly photoconductive substrates. The performed two-beam coupling measurements at Bragg match regime show prospective amplification values and sub-micron spatial resolution. The structures are easy to fabricate and their operation simple to control.