Roxana Azar is an artist from Philadelphia. Influenced by science fiction, plant intelligence, anxiety, and floral design, their studio work imagines a sentient landscape in an alternate universe lush with plant-like beings. 

Azar has exhibited their work nationally and internationally. They have been published in Mossless, Papersafe, and Yen Magazine, as well as featured online in Elephant Magazine, Waterfall, It's Nice That, Sight Unseen, and the Paper Journal. 

Azar has an MFA in Photography from Virginia Commonwealth University and a BFA in Photography from Tyler School of Art.

Resume/CV available upon request.

To get in touch, please use contact form, or e-mail me directly at info [@] roxanaazar.com

Currently & Upcoming:

Outdoor installation curated by HAHA x Paradigm, Superfine! Art Fair, Washington, DC.

Two-person exhibition with GM Keaton at High Tide Gallery, Philadelphia, PA (January 2020)


Mural Arts' Artists in Conversation Series: Ouizi & Roxana Azar, Free Library of Philadelphia, Sept 11, 2019

Humble Arts Foundation Group Show #62: 100% FUN

Projections in the Last Greenhouse, solo exhibition, Tyler School of Art (Aug 19 - Sept 1)

50 Stellar Photos of Outer Space, VICE

Deep Space Laundry, curated by Jon Feinstein at Washer Dryer Projects

Beauties of the Common Tool, group exhibition at Gravy Studio, Philadelphia PA (June 7 - 29, 2019)

Intersections: Here/There group exhibition, Inliquid Gallery, Philadelphia, PA (Feb - March 2019)

Art installations throughout the rooms of the Drake Motor Inn

Featured artist at Yowie, Philadelphia PA.

These Photographers Make Surprisingly Fresh Photos of Flowers, VICE

Projections in the Last Greenhouse, 56-page risograph zine published by Genderfail

Featured in Mercuria Magazine, published by Conveyor Editions

Art installation at the Drake Hotel in Toronto, ON

A Rose is a Screen is a Rose, curated by Magali Duzant, Pelham Art Center (May - June 2018)

A Big Toe Touches A Green Tomato (with Ginevra Shay), Resort Gallery, Baltimore, MD. (Jan - March 2018)

Bmore Art: The Weight of Living

Plantoid at Skylab Gallery, Columbus, OH (June 2017)

Plants Against the Patriarchy, Elephant Magazine, written by Natalie Hegert

Featured in Too Good To Be Photographed, edited by Paul Paper and published by Lugemik 

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