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Omar Logang

Omar Logang

Sudan • Born in: 1966

Black Artists Painters

African Aesthetic

Emerging Black Artists

Painters

Sudanese artists

Omar Logang was born in South Sudan into a family of artists. His father was a renowned wood carver. Early in his life, Omar showed artistic talent and it was no surprise that he was accepted as a painting student at the Khartoum School of Fine Arts, where he excelled. After graduating, he pursued extensive studies in painting at the School of Fine Arts in Tetouan, Morocco.

Due to the political turmoil that has been brewing for many years in southern Sudan, Omar's family has strongly advised him not to return after completing his studies. He decided to seek political asylum in Spain, which he was granted in 1993. Omar became a Spanish citizen in 1996.

Over the past seventeen years Omar has painted in Spain with almost annual visits to Morocco, Malì and the south of France. In these places, he is constantly looking for scenes of changing light. He is also proficient in landscapes, figure painting, portraits and city views.

Apart from his academic career and education in Africa, Omar's painting is much broader and features major elements of European art. His use of intense colors is very individualistic and the viewer will appreciate his work in an original way. His reduced style of painting depicts elements of detachment and loneliness.

Omar Logang has had numerous regular individual exhibitions in Madrid in renowned galleries. He is now starting to be much better known and his work is part of collections in France, Italy, Germany, the UK, Russia and the USA.

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Passage Jacques Chirac à Nice, Omar Logang

Passage Jacques Chirac à Nice

Omar Logang

Painting - 24 x 19.7 x 1.2 inch

$1,472

Grues au Port de Nice, Omar Logang

Grues au Port de Nice

Omar Logang

Painting - 51.2 x 63.8 x 1.2 inch

$9,817

Morning light in Nice, Omar Logang

Morning light in Nice

Omar Logang

Painting - 51.2 x 90.6 x 1 inch

$13,743

The morning light, Omar Logang

The morning light

Omar Logang

Painting - 44.9 x 57.5 x 0.8 inch

$7,853

Evening light in Nice, Omar Logang

Evening light in Nice

Omar Logang

Painting - 19.7 x 59.1 x 1 inch

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Who is the artist?

Omar Logang was born in South Sudan into a family of artists. His father was a renowned wood carver. Early in his life, Omar showed artistic talent and it was no surprise that he was accepted as a painting student at the Khartoum School of Fine Arts, where he excelled. After graduating, he pursued extensive studies in painting at the School of Fine Arts in Tetouan, Morocco.

Due to the political turmoil that has been brewing for many years in southern Sudan, Omar's family has strongly advised him not to return after completing his studies. He decided to seek political asylum in Spain, which he was granted in 1993. Omar became a Spanish citizen in 1996.

Over the past seventeen years Omar has painted in Spain with almost annual visits to Morocco, Malì and the south of France. In these places, he is constantly looking for scenes of changing light. He is also proficient in landscapes, figure painting, portraits and city views.

Apart from his academic career and education in Africa, Omar's painting is much broader and features major elements of European art. His use of intense colors is very individualistic and the viewer will appreciate his work in an original way. His reduced style of painting depicts elements of detachment and loneliness.

Omar Logang has had numerous regular individual exhibitions in Madrid in renowned galleries. He is now starting to be much better known and his work is part of collections in France, Italy, Germany, the UK, Russia and the USA.

What is Omar Logang’s artistic movement?

The artistic movements of the artists are: Black Artists Painters, African Aesthetic, Emerging Black Artists

When was Omar Logang born?

The year of birth of the artist is: 1966