It is easy to recognize Azita Sassanians work. She has the same form language in her paintings as well as her skulptures and prints.  It is stylized, poetic and filled with contrasts to reflect the differences of life. Her motives are both personal and global, but often touch on themes of relationships. Despite the seriousness of the subject matter, there is a sublime undertone of humor in her art which creates unexpected irony. 

Azita is an Iranian-Swedish artist, currently living in Sweden. She has always had art in her life, as both her father and her gradfather have been artists. She has studied art and architechture at the University of Oregon, and graphic design at Bergs School of communication in Stockholm. 

She attends different workshops continually both in Italy (la Meridiana school of ceramics) and Denmark (Holbaek school of art- printmaking) to come in contact with new techniques and materials.

Azita is a member of Swedish Artists Organisation( KRO), Swedish Craftsmen and Designers Organisation (KIF) and Swedish printmakers association. 


Solo exhibitions:

2021-Gallery Sjöhästen- Nyköping

2021-Gallery Rivercity- Götenburg
2020- Jäger & Jansson Gallery-Lund

2017-JÄGER & JANSSON Gallery- Lund

2017-Gallery Sjöhästen- Nyköping
2014-Moment Gallery- Ängelholm
1996-Gamla Stan Gallery-Helsingborg 

Group exhibitions:

2023- Krapperup Art Gallery
2023- Höganäs Museum
2021- Affordable Art Fair- (represented of Artely Gallery)

2021- Represented of Singular art gallery - Frankrike

2021- Watercolor exhibition- Jäger & Jansson Gallery 

2019- Jäger&Jansson Gallery- Lund
2019- Höganäs Museum 

2018-Lilla gallery - Tommarps Kungsgård

2016-Gallery Pictor- Munka Ljungby

2013-Edsviks Konsthall, Gallery Uno-Stockholm

2013-The Swedish printmakers association- Stockholm 

2012-Gallery Pictor-Munkalljungby

2011-Krapperup Art Gallery

2009-Klippan Art Gallery

2008-Hantverk Gallery-Stockholm

2006-Vens Culture Center

1995-Vikingsberg museum- Helsingborg
1987-Museum Of Modern art- Teheren- Young artist exhibition

1985-University Of Oregon- Eugene

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