Otto Schade

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    Otto Schade

    Otto Schade (also known as “Osch”) is a Chilean artist based in London.
    He received his higher education at the Bio Bio University where he studied Construction and Design in Chile.
    Schade’s work includes abstract, surreal and pop art. In 2009 he started painting on the streets mainly in the UK´s urban center of Shoreditch (London) using the pseudonym “Osch”. By using sophisticated stenciling techniques Osch evolved his distinctive ribbon style, which he uses to criticize and ironically depict some of the world’s current social issues. Many of his works hold satirical messages in order to raise social awareness and reach the boundaries of human vision. This political and social commentary is often
    present in his practice as an urban artist and has been an inherent feature of his works, which increasingly appear as street art around the world.
    Osch has painted at many art festivals such as the biggest street art festival in Europe, “Upfest” Bristol,[5] “Sand, Sea and Spray” Blackpool,[6] “City of Colors” Birmingham, “Wynwood” Miami US, “Sunscape” Malta, as well as “Stick Together” and “Urban Art Festival”[7] both in Amsterdam.

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