Assem Stétié is a modern-age abstract artist and interior designer.
Born in 1941 in Beirut, Assem Stétié stepped into the world of art at an early age. In fact, he was only fifteen years old when he organized his first solo exhibition at the hall of the High School of Literature in Beirut in 1958. In 1959, he studied arts at the distinguished National School of Decorative Arts in Paris. Afterwards, Stétié studied Industrial Aesthetics and took courses at ateliers in Italy and France between 1959 and 1962. He received the City of Florence Prize in 1985.
Assem Stétié taught at the Department of Interior Architecture at the Faculty of Fine Arts at the Lebanese University.
He organized many solo exhibitions in Lebanon, France and Italy. Moreover, he took part in many group exhibitions in the 60s, and the most prominent were the Spring Salon at the UNESCO Palace and the Autumn Salon at Sursock Museum, in which he started participating in 1961.