Azizi Saad

b. 1992, Malaysia

Azizi’s impasto technique uses layers of oil paint to form the outlines of buildings, people and tarmac. Traditionally, this method often sees thick, textured paint dollops, but by flattening it, resembles a grainy photograph.
The familiar street scenes of Kuala Lumpur are common backdrops in Azizi’s pieces, reflecting with the challenges faced by urban dwellers. A sense of longing is evoked to represent our longing for reprieve amid the constant self-absorption with daily concerns, and the stresses of living in a fast-paced environment.
Azizi Saad received his diploma and degree in Fine Art from UiTM Seri Iskandar, Perak. As a rising star, Azizi  exhibited in numerous exhibitions across Malaysia. In 2012, he won the 1st Prize in Art Competition Tengkujuh organised by Universiti Malaysia Kelantan (UMK) and 3rd Prize in 1MCAT Art Tourism from Ministry Of Tourism, Arts & Culture (MOTAC) Malaysia.
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