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Russian artist, based in London 

Olga Lomaka

Olga Lomaka (b.1982, Krasnodar) is a Russian contemporary artist and curator. Her style is known for working primarily within the pop-art movement, combining diverse materials and techniques in her pieces. Lomaka exhibits her artwork worldwide, actively participating in global art-fairs and biennales. 

Her remarkable personal style is instantly recognizable, placing the viewer between the concrete and the abstract, the familiar and the unknown. Viewed through the prism of pop-art, the artist’s primary features include playing with recognizable images and products of consumerism and pooling together contrasting beliefs; this gives a second symbolic meaning to the images she produces. The artist is constantly experimenting with new techniques, carving, and aerography, mixing traditional materials and modern media in her creative process. 

Her artwork transcends the realm of painting, including a prominent series of installations and sculptures. Lomaka’s eye for the unordinary in everyday life allows her to truly reveal spiritual and social themes and concerns; threads of what we consider reality, along with hidden dimensions of consciousness and possibility, weave their way through. Lomaka’s works can be found in Erarta Museum (St. Petersburg), Pierre Cardin Foundation (Lacoste), Contemporary Art Center “M17” (Kiev), Fine Art Foundation (London), Loyola University Foundation (Chicago), 25 Kadr Gallery Foundation (Moscow) as well as in private collections. She can be spotted showcasing her work annually in Basel Miami, Venice Biennale and The Royal Academy. The artist won the Best Contemporary Artist of the Year in 2017 (an award presented by Phillips Auction House in London) and is the winner of numerous art competitions and internationally-recognized awards. More recently, her series titled ‘Pink Magic’ was included in Grayson Perry-curated Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, featuring in The Sunday Times and The Guardian.

Solo Exhibitions: 

2016 — Artefacts, Saatchi Gallery, London 2016 — Artefacts, 25 Kadr Gallery, Moscow 2015 — The Mind Parasites, Contemporary Art Center M17, Kiev 2015 — The Mind Parasites, Erarta Gallery, London 2013 — SOS.OK, Contemporary Art Center M17, Kiev 2013 — SOS.OK, Zeppelin Gallery, Moscow 2013 — SOS.OK, ASC Gallery, London 2012 — Anahata, ASC Gallery, London 2011 — Trip to Ecstasy, Wild Gallery, Paris 2010 — Nerves, 25 Kadr Gallery, Moscow 2004 — Girls Went Wild, Zenith Gallery, Washington, DC 2002 — Saint, LUMA Gallery, Chicago

Group Exhibitions:​

2017 — Biennale Internazionale Mantova, Diocesan Museum Francesco Gonzaga, Mantova 2017 — XI Florence Biennale, Fortezza da Basso, Florence 2017 — Premio Combat Prize 2017, Eighth Edition, Museo Civico G. Fattori, Livorno 2017 — Festival d’Art chez Pierre Cardin 2017, Residence of Pierre Carden, Lacoste 2017 — Affordable Art Fair 2017, Hampstead, London 2017 — Edition I, Lomaka Gallery, London 2016 — Art Monaco 2016, Espace Fontvieille, Monte-Carlo 2016 — The Art Marathon, IZO Art Gallery, Moscow 2016 — Russian Art Week, XX International Art Fair, The Central House of Artists, Moscow 2016 — ART.WHO.ART V Edition, Park Mira, Moscow 2015 — IV Exhibition-Auction, MGIMO, Moscow 2015 — LITART, Depre Art Space, Moscow 2015 — Degree Show, Camberwell College of Arts, London 2014 — III Exhibition-Auction, MGIMO, Moscow 2014 — Circular, Forge Gallery, London 2014 — Aurora, Cosmos Pavilion, Moscow 2014 — UNIT, Dilston Grove Gallery, London 2014 — Diamond Auction, Le Sporting Salle Des Etoi Less, Monaco 2013 — Re-Ups, Cultivate Gallery, London 2013 — CRASH SALON, Charlie Dutton Gallery, London 2013 — End of 1st Year Show, Camberwell College of Arts, London 2012 — Open Exhibition, Peckham Space Gallery, London 2012 — Exhibition 0/2, Holiday Art Market, Moscow 2011 —Young Generation, Wild Gallery, Paris 2009 — Exhibition 0/1, 25 Kadr Gallery, Moscow 2004 — BEST 04, Fine Arts Galleries at GMU, Fairfax, VA 2003 — Group Show, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA 2003 — Crave, Wilson Center Gallery, Washington, DC 2002 — Summer Show, Loyola University, Chicago


2017 — Painting Nominee, 1st Premio Arte Milano, Milan 2017 — Best Contemporary Artist 2017 by VV Magazine, Phillips Auction House, London 2016 — Le Prix d’excellence Pensé Écologique, Art Monaco 2016, Monte-Carlo 2016 — First Prize, Sculpture Nominee, Russian Art Week, XX International Art Fair, Moscow 2015 — Best Art Programme of the Year, The Annual Fashion New Year Awards by Fashion TV, Moscow 2014 — The Best Artist of the Year, The Annual Award by “Aurora European Awards”, Moscow 2014 — The Best Artist of the Year, The Annual Awards by “Top 25 Diamond Companies & Persons”, St. Petersburg 2013 — Fashion Artist of the Year, The Annual Fashion Summer Awards by Fashion TV, Moscow






Exhibition Pink Magic 

XI Florence Biennale 2017

Festival d'Arts chez Pierre Cardin

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