Katayoun Bahrami is an Iranian multidisciplinary artist and curator living and working in the Bay Area. Her artistic interest focuses on the interaction between women's bodies as targets/performers, affected by boundaries that act as catalysts between the two. Bahrami uses mixed-media pieces, installations, textiles, videos, and photographs to convey her ideas. Her work has been exhibited across the US and internationally, including at the LoosenArt Gallery, Rome; the Broad Art Center, Los Angeles; the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles; the Murphy and Cadogan Contemporary Art Awards Exhibition, SOMArts Gallery, San Francisco; and the SDA Juried Exhibition, Newberg, Oregon.
Born in Tehran, Katayoun earned her BFA from the University of Science and Culture in Iran. She graduated from Michigan State University in 2017 with an MA in Arts and Cultural Management—Museum Studies. In 2022, she graduated from California College of the Arts with an MFA in Studio Arts.