Hadieh Afshani is a visual artist based in New York City.

Born and raised in Iran, Hadieh moved to Australia and lived there for 10 years before finally moving to the United States.

Liminal zones and the spaces in between has been inspiring Hadieh and her practice for over a decade now. In Hadieh's works she examines the spaces that her body has occupied whether they are intimate spaces or historic places. To depict the feeling of uncertainty in those liminal zones, Afshani mostly focuses on elements of architectural places such as; doorways, hallways and windows.

Hadieh Afshani's works mainly depict two main topics; women/gender issues, and human obsession/connection to land and architectural places.

Hadieh Afshani is a finalist of numerous art competitions. Her painting “Motion of the Light” became the Winner of St George Art Awards 2014 in Sydney.

Hadieh's latest solo exhibition, "Self-Space Universe", took place at Redland Art Gallery, one of the best regional art galleries in Queensland, Australia.

Afshani did her undergraduate study in Fine Arts (Painting) in her home town, Tehran. She received her MFA in Queensland College of Arts - Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia, where she worked as a Fine Arts lecturer and tutor.

Along with being an artist and activist, Hadieh Afshani curates art shows for RE:ARTISTE International Art Organization and teaches art at Union County college, NYC schools and privately.

Hadieh Afshani- Mural drawing for Daughters of Troy Project