Christine Kettaneh is a Lebanese artist, currently based in Lebanon. She is a holder of a MA in Fine Art from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design (‘13) and a BA in Fine Art from the Lebanese American University (’07). She is also a holder of a MSc in Finance and Economics from the London School of Economics (‘05) and a BA in Economics from the American University of Beirut (’03).
Most recently, Christine Kettaneh took part in the finalists' exhibition of the YICCA art contest in Milan (May18); she participated in Luminaria 03, art interventions in the markets of Usera, Madrid (Apr18); she was a resident artist in the BeMA Residency in Jezzine, South Lebanon (May17); she had a solo exhibition at Galerie Janine Rubeiz in Beirut (Jan-Feb17) and a solo exhibition at Gagliardi e Domke in Turin (Nov-Dec17); she participated in ‘Bitasarrof’, a collective exhibition at the Lebanese Foundation of the National Library (Oct-Nov16) curated by Nadine Begdache (Galerie Janine Rubeiz); she had a duo show with Monika Grabuschnigg at Carbon12 in Dubai (Sep-Nov16); she was part of REVEALING by SGBL at the Beirut Art Fair 2016 (Sep16); and she participated in a group show at Ab-Anbar in Tehran (Jul15).
Christine Kettaneh has won the overall Arte Laguna Prize for the 'Sculpture and Installation category' and the special 'artist in gallery' prize, Venice (Mar'15). She has also more recently won the YICCA - art residency in italy - prize (May18), the Premio Ora Prize (May17); and the Aomi Okabe Jury award in Art Olympia, Tokyo (Jun17).