Azadeh Pirazimian

Multidisciplinary Artist

 Azadeh is a multidisciplinary artist and art instructor,  based in Toronto. While She uses different material and various techniques for each project, her methodology is consistent. All her projects consist of multiple works. The prominent works that best reflect the subject matter of the series serve as blueprints for her artistic choices in regard to working material and the form that She plans to further experiment with. Most of the images, illustrations, photos and videos that She create are based on her life experience in her home country. In all of her works, She offers a critical view of socio-political and cultural issues She believes that as an artist, it is her social responsibility to open up new conversations to critically reflect on these issues. Most of the time these issues show up as taboos or red lines in society. I believe that art has the power to address the issues that people are not able to discuss otherwise. Her intention is to shift her audience’s attention to these subjects. Therefore, her artwork intends to open up a discussion in boundary-pushing ways, through which we can find a bold and bright stance facing the situation.



The New Regionalism Project-Social Commentary Award-Canada-2017

Toronto Art Council's 2017, Art Encounter Program Grant

Toronto Art Foundation, RBC Arts Access Fund-Canada-2017

Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities Fund-Canada-2016

Port Union-Rouge Park Mural-House of Commons-Canada-2016


2012 - Master's  degree in Visual Communication , faculty of Arts and Architecture Azad University, Iran, Iran 

2005 - Bachelor degree in Painting, Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Iran


2018 - They Are Around, Toronto Centre for the Arts, Toronto, Canada

2017 - My New Home, Toronto City Hall, Toronto, Canada

2016 - They had not Read the News, Mekic Gallery, Montreal, Canada 

2010 - Realism in Posters, Tehran Azad University, Tehran, Iran

2006 - People Around, Khatam Art Gallery, Rasht, Iran

2005 - Nature, Shahid Bahonar University,Kerman, Iran


2017 - Dinner with Friends,  Lieden, Nederlands 

2017 - They Had not Read the News, Capital One Centre, Toronto, Canada 

2017 -  The Precious Land, Gallery 1313, Toronto, Canada

2017 - They Had not Read the News, Toronto Outdoor Art Fair, Toronto, Canada 

2017 - The Children, Evergreen Brick Works, Toronto, Canada

2017 - My New Home, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada

2017 - 7C, Toronto Centre for the Arts, Toronto, Canada

2015 - Portraits, True North Foundation, Toronto, Canada 

2007 - People around Me, Khatam Gallery, Rasht, Iran

2007 - People around Me, Bahman Gallery, Tehran, Iran

2003 - Masuleh, San'ati Museum, Kerman, Iran 

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