Bana Kattan is the Pamela Alper Associate Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (MCA). Her current curatorial work includes an atrium project with artist Orkideh Torabi and a co-organised mid-career retrospective with artist Bani Abidi. Kattan was the MCA’s Barjeel Global Fellow and organised Can You Hear Me Now and co-organised the MCA's presentation of Mika Rottenberg: Easy Pieces. Prior to her time at the MCA, she was the curator at the New York University Abu Dhabi Art Gallery where she curated numerous exhibitions such as Permanent Temporariness: Sandi Hilal and Alessandro Petti (2018); But We Cannot See Them: Tracing a UAE Art Community, 1988–2008 (2017); and Invisible Threads: Technology and its Discontents (2016). She received her MA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2011) and is a recipient of the Getty-CAA International Program Grants (2015).
Developed in collaboration with Sharjah Art Foundation, this major survey exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago presents new commissions alongside two decades of the artist’s practice in video, photography and sound