Azadeh Hussaini
June 2019, Harper Bazaar Arabia, interview and review by Alex Aubry  
2018, "wall mounted paper sculptures", a review of Azadeh Hussaini's solo exhibition at Seyhoun Gallery by Shervin Tahery published in Tandis Magazine(This review is in Farsi.)
2017, "Pulp Art is No Cheap Fiction", A Review of "Paper Arts" at the Bridgeport Art Center by Chris Miller 
2019, "A note on Azadeh Hussaini's work" by Ali Shirjian (This review is in Farsi)

Azadeh Hussaini is a Chicago-based Iranian-American visual artist and art educator. She holds an MFA in non-figurative painting from Academy of Art University in San Francisco and a  BFA in Painting from Azad Art University in Iran. 
She is  co-founder of Didaar Art Collective, a Chicago based Iranian artists community, curator and board member at Theatre-Y, a Chicago based theater company, and art gallery advisory committee for the Wadsworth family gallery at Lewis University.
Her work embodies the utilization of various mediums that incorporate the exploration of her own emotional responses to her experiences while congruently ascertaining the basic primordial desires within the human condition aspiring to discover commonalities among us while providing forums for open discussion and social assertiveness.
Her work has been displayed in numerous solo and group exhibitions nationally and internationally.

December 2021, Sheridan Road Magazine, interview by Allison Duncan
Our Tears Are Sweet, Our Laughter Venomous, by Julia Wintner