Latifah Al-Said is an artist of British and Omani heritage, born in London and raised in the Middle East and UK. She studied for her BA at Central Saint Martins and her MA at The Royal College of Art.
Her work touches on themes of loss, memory, identity, and violence on the human body. Human rights are very important subject for her, and as an artist she records and bears witness, painting what she sees and giving a visual interpretation to the events going on in the world.
Her Paintings and drawings can be seen on paper, canvas and site-specific large murals. They show the strength and frailty of the human body, questioning our sense of identity. She connects with the viewer though her images, to enter into a conversation on social and political world issues that affect us all as humans, regardless of race or religion or gender.