Olga Lomaka is famous for her giant ice-cream cone sculptures, elongated fibreglass Pink Panthers and wooden panels of Buddhas embossed with Coca-Cola and Facebook logos. The London-based Russian pop artist’s work has been described as everything from bonkers to magical, humorous to existential. Lomaka’s sculptural series Pink Magic, featuring that lanky, enigmatic panther, was picked out by Grayson Perry when he curated the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition in 2018, bringing her to the attention of 300,000 art lovers – and confirming her place in London’s contemporary art scene.
Olga Lomaka’s new project, entitled Through Time and Space is a series chrome sculptures in her trademark pop, esoteric and magical.
Olga’s Through Time And Space series is available now, from £5,000. New prints, The Cosmic Voyage, will follow, from £50, through Jealous Studio; jealousprints.com, Instagram @lomakaart and olgalomaka.com