Saif Osmani is an interdisciplinary creative practitioner specialising in the fine arts and architectural design. Influenced by his time in the architecture field, his abstract expressionist paintings portray social issues and cultural shifts resulting from changes in the built environment. He has held group and solo exhibitions across the UK, Europe and in Asia.

Visual Artist & Spatial Designer

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About the artist

Saif Osmani is an artist operating within architecture.

His practice inquires into socio-cultural ruptures resulting from changes in the built environment.

 

Born in London, he is of Sylheti-Bangladeshi origin and has a studio located in East London.

 

After graduating from Chelsea College of Art & Design Saif worked for 10 years at leading architecture firms. In 2019/20 he recieved an Aziz Foundation Scholarship to complete his Masters in Architecture & Historic Urban Environments at UCL Bartlett School of Architecture.

 

Recently he was artist-in-residence/ visiting fellow at Loughborough University London. Previously he has been a visiting tutor at University for the Creative Arts in Canterbury. He occasionally lectures at Loughborough University's Media and Creative Industries and for UCL's planning and geography departments.

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View from Kingsley Hall in 1931/ 'Gandhi in London' series by Saif Osmani (22.3x42.3 in., acrylic on cotton)

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Vew of Bow in 1931/ 'Gandhi in London' series by Saif Osmani (22.4x34.3 in., acrylic on cotton)