Fatenn Mostafa-Kanafani

Fatenn Mostafa-Kanafani is a lecturer, curator, and researcher who specializes in twentieth-century Egyptian modernism. She is the author of Modern Art in Egypt: Identity and Independence, 1850-1936, published by I.B. Tauris / Bloomsbury (July 2020). Mostafa-Kanafani contributed to Mahmoud Saïd (Skira, 2017), the first catalog raisonné for a Middle Eastern artist and Daughters of the Nile: Egyptian Women Changing Their World (Cambridge Scholars, 2016. She is the founder of ArtTalks | Egypt, one of the leading multi-disciplinary art
galleries in the Arab world, that houses one of the most extensive archives on modern Egyptian art and provides management of artists’ estates, academic research, authentication, and exhibitions.