Youssef Rami is a Canadian geometric abstractionist painter currently residing in Toronto Canada. His teen years were dedicated to painting, while showing a strong interest in science, philosophy and mathematics. He moved from Moroccoto New York City at the age of 20, where he pursued his academic studies in mathematics eventually earning a doctorate degree from the University of New York.

It was his exposure to fractal theory that fascinated him and inspired him to gradually develop his own style of geometric abstractionism, without imitating the self-similar displayed patterns in Fractals.

He has participated in gallery and group shows in Paris, Florida, Toronto, New York, Miami, Wisconsin and Connecticut.

Youssef’s work has been reviewed and critiqued by Toronto art critic Patrick Donahue, Prof. Laurence Bradshaw, Professor of Art at the University of Nebraska,, Q Chen, a writer from S² | Silent Scribbles , and Curator, Samantha Moore from Gallore gallery