| birth_place = Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | occupation = Filmmaker | mother = Harriet Pattison | father = Louis Kahn | alma_mater = Yale University | nationality = American | notable_works = | years_active = }}
Nathaniel Kahn (born November 9, 1962 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American filmmaker. His documentaries ''My Architect'' (2003) – about his father, the famous architect Louis Kahn – and ''Two Hands'' (2006) were nominated for Academy Awards. His mother is Harriet Pattison.
In 2018 Khan directed the HBO documentary ''The Price of Everything'' about the exponential sums paid for works on the Contemporary art market.
Kahn is a graduate of Germantown Friends School and Yale University. Provided by Wikipedia