The 24-year-old artist had her work exhibited in Venice and was filmed by BBC Two for their documentary Venice Biennale: Sink or Swim.
A spokesperson for the BBC told Express.co.uk: "The BBC Two programme Venice Biennale: Sink or Swim features various artists, one of whom is Khadija Saye.
Our deepest sympathies are with Khadija's family and friends and all of those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.
PA PA According to the publication, she emailed Creative Access, which helps young black and minority ethnic people get started in the creative industries and aided Khadija by finding her an internship early in her career, updating them on the recent development.
TWITTER PA Last month she shared her joy at being a part of the exhibition on Diapora in Venice, posting a Facebook status that read: "It's been a real journey, tears shed, highs and lows, but mama, I'm an artist exhibiting at the Venice Biennale and the blessings are abundant!" She is thought to have been in her flat with her mother Mary Mendy when the fire broke out and her death was confirmed by friend and Tottenham MP David Lammy yesterday when he took to Twitter, saying: "May you rest in peace Khadija Saye.