Sculpture titled “MOSCREAM” was created in the form of a favorite by the Muscovites a glass of ice cream. In her work, Olga Lomaka mixes the image of the dome, the “bulb”, traditional for Russian architecture, with a modern type of ice cream. This visual connection between the shape of the dome of the most recognizable building of Moscow — the Cathedral of St. Basil the Blessed — and the main summer delicacy through the prism of pop-art style symbolizes the true values of society, the spiritual culture that needs to be preserved and protected, despite the trends of the consumption era. The artist emphasizes that even in the most everyday and ordinary subjects, everyone sees, first of all, what he or she wants to see.
For the first time Pop art work adorned the courtyard of the museum and exhibition center of the Museum of Moscow, which is one of the most visited in the Russian capital. And it is the sculpture of “MOSCREAM”, as a kind of visiting card, which unites all the most interesting and tasty things that are in Moscow. And during the 2018 FIFA World Cup RussiaTM, the sculpture became the embodiment of a dream, crossing the verge of reality into the surreal world of MOSDREAM, which presented this sporting holiday to all residents and guests of the city.