Faisal Hussain is an experienced Creative Producer and Artist who graduated from Falmouth Art College in 1999.
His work is currently at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery and The Midlands Arts Centre, Urban Nation Museum, Berlin, and The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition in London. Past work has included; 'It Might be nothing but it could be something..', a commission with academics from the University of Birmingham and Eastside Projects. His work has been selected for the IKON for Artists. He was also selected for The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2020. His solo exhibition 'Suspect Objects Suspect Subjects' is currently being added to after an extended exhibition at the Brunei Gallery in London at SOAS. He will be presenting a sample of his work at BISA at Warwick University and at Birmingham University in September 2022.
He has completed an exchange trip to Pakistan with The British Council in 2019 and as an artist in residency in Berlin at Urban Nation, selection for the NAE OPEN as well as exhibiting at Manchester Contemporary with Vivid Projects. Exhibiting his public works in Margate during the Turner Prize 2019/20. His first solo show saw Faisal asked to speak at The University of Birmingham, on BBC National & local news & The National in UAE.
He is the Director of True Form Projects which has recently been awarded a 3-year grant to develop the organization and it's archive of over 3000 vinyl records. He produced the Four Fathers project shown at the Library of Birmingham and the 'History Of Asian Youth Culture' project shown at Birmingham City University's Parkside Gallery and at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.
Faisal has also worked with many arts organizations, social enterprises, and businesses, and has produced a variety of media for them, including graphic and web design,video and audio production.
Faisal was chosen to take part in Chris Ofili’s Freeness project and his independent satirical music video was specially mentioned by NPR Radio on the subject of 'Pakistan Writers Take Center Stage' within the US by Sarfraz Manzoor and by the Guardian UK by Editor Jonathan Freedland.
Information on artworks is available on request.
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