Nasrah Omar (she/her) is an artist working with photography, AR/VR and collage. Her lurid, densely layered narratives are an ongoing inquiry into the mythologization of objects, rituals and cultivation of liberatory avenues through digital realms.


Her varied practice is a reflection of the kaleidoscope of South Asian visual culture and identity, a manufacturing of the fantastical and an examination of the chimeric language of material culture to probe the spurious, sensory and sublime. Color is employed as an agent of contamination and to convey the otherworldly throughout her photographic vernacular.

Nasrah holds a BFA in Photography from School of Visual Arts. She lives and works in Lenapehoking territory (NYC).





​2022 (Forthcoming) Folio, Ph Museum, Bologna, Italy

2022 (Forthcoming) Center Annual Exhibit, Houston Center for Photography, Houson, TX

2022 Undisclosed Resource: Horror Show, Local Host Gallery, Virtual Exhibition

2021 Phantasmagoria II, NewArt.City x Edition365, Virtual Exhibition / NFT

2021 Reconstructed Magazine, Printed Matter's Virtual Art Book Fair

2020 ICP Concerned, International Center of Photography, NY

2020 Togethering, Houston Center for Photography, Houston, TX

2019 South Brooklyn Open Studios, Trestle Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2019 Gowanus Open Studios, Sunset Park, Brooklyn, NY

2019 Every Woman Biennial, La MaMa Gallery, New York, NY

2017 Whitney Houston Biennial, Chashama, New York, NY

2016 Juried Winter Salon Show, Greenpoint Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2015 Nature in the age of digital reproduction, Figment, New York, NY

2015 Phantasmagoria screening, Mono No Aware, Brooklyn, NY


ICP Concerned (global Images for a global crisis)

Der Greif 


Polyester Zine

Azeema Magazine


Vogue Italia PhotoVogue 


Don't Take Pictures

Nearness Project

Curated by Girls

Lens Culture

Life Framer




Reclaiming Colonized Frontiers


2021 British Journal of Photography Edition 365

2021 Ph Museum Folio 

2021 Art of Freelance workshop scholarship

2020 Culture Push Freelancer Relief Fund

2020 XV Julia Margaret Cameron Award (Still life)





Galerie Magazine

Gaze Magazine

Kajal Magazine

Not Just A Label

Wildflower + Co