Abu Jafar is an acclaimed leading International Artist and Philosopher of the Arts Born on March 21, 1968 in a small village called Jhilna, Patuakhali, Bangladesh. Since 1991 he lives and works in United Kingdom. He studied fine arts, painting and drawing at the Institute of Fine Arts, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh 1984/89, Master Drawing of the human figure at the Guildhall University, London 1989/90, Art and Art History at the Goldsmith’s College, University of London 1991/92 and Philosophy of Arts at the Open University, 1997 UK. In 2007 Become an Associates Member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors and 2011 become a Fellows of Digswell Arts Trust, UK.
Taking his inspiration from psychology, philosophy, classical music as well as day-to-day human existence. By producing art that is far from traditional, He is actively attempting to shatter staid ideas of the past regarding art; his art is the synthesis of colour, element and presentation twisted into unusual form. Most of his large scale Installations involved nature, public and the environment. His work simplifies our daily lives and the diversity of mankind in his imaginative notion in a way that reflects imaginative power and ever changing creative forces of new formative arts.