Regina Mamou


Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
Juried by Jessica Cochran
January 16–February 26, 2015


[re]connect: Postmodern Documentary Photography Exhibition & Symposium
Patti and Rusty Rueff Galleries, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana
September 22–October 10, 2014

[re]connect Traveling Exhibition:
ADM Gallery, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore City, Singapore
November 24–December 8, 2014

[re]connect Traveling Exhibition:
Syo Gallery, Daegu, South Korea
October 27–November 7, 2014

Capitalism & Socialism: Utopia, Globalization, and Revolution
University of Southern Indiana, Evansville, Indiana
Conference presenter
November 6–8, 2014

The Mediated City
Woodbury University, Burbank, California
Conference presenter
October 1–4, 2014

The Swap, Collaborative project with Alicia Chester
Online exhibition curated by Stuart Pilkington
September 24, 2014

MANA Contemporary
Chicago, Illinois
September 20–25, 2014

Chicago Artists Coalition
September 19–21, 2014

ACRE (Artists’ Cooperative Residency and Exhibitions)
Artist residency in Steuben, Wisconsin
August 6–17, 2014

Summer Forum
Networks of Belonging: Geographies, Citizenries, and the Masses
Themed discussion-based residency in Joshua Tree, California
July 6–13, 2014

Mapping Collected Memory:
An Exploration of Memory-Based Navigation in Amman, Jordan
The University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Publication as author in vol. 3

Tomorrow Stars
May 8–May 11, 2014

A Prophet Is Not A Fortune Teller
Chicago Artists Coalition, Chicago, Illinois
Curated by Aaron Ott and Jeannette Tremblay
May 2–May 22, 2014

The Mediated City
Ravensbourne University, London, United Kingdom
Presented "Mapping Collected Memory: An Exploration of Memory-Based Navigation in Amman, Jordan"
April 1–3, 2014

Distant Images, Local Positions
The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Project Space, New York, New York
Curated by Wafaa Bilal
January 24–March 8, 2014


Unfortunately, It Was Paradise is named as an's Critic's Pick - Chicago,
and received a recommended review by Newcity Art

Culturehall: New Artists Feature, Fall 2013
A juried selection of artworks and essay by David Andrew Frey
Online feature, Issue 105
December 4, 2013–January 1, 2014

Chicago Artists Coalition's HATCH Projects
Accepted as a 2013–2014 Artist Resident

ARGUS: Organic Visual Archive
Johalla Projects, Chicago, Illinois
August 2–August 25, 2013

Solo exhibition: Unfortunately, It Was Paradise
City Gallery in the Historic Water Tower, Chicago, Illinois
October 11, 2013–January 19, 2014

Book • Film • Painting
Online exhibition curated by Stuart Pilkington
August 2, 2013

Featured artwork in Issue #71
July 15, 2013

Art and Maps Since 1945
The Second Annual Art History Graduate Conference
School of Philosophy and Art History
The University of Essex, Colchester, United Kingdom
Presenting "Mapping Collected Memory in Amman, Jordan" based on Fulbright project
May 17, 2013

Creative Careers
Valparaiso University
Invited speaker
April 11, 2013

In Chicago, collecting art need not be intimidating
Artwork image in Chicago Sun-Times article

Mapping Collected Memory in Amman
Article on the Fulbright Blog, a resource for U.S. students, artists and young professionals
applying for Fulbright scholarships


New Addition to the Chicago Project
Post on Catherine Edelman Gallery's Blog Cyclops

The Chicago Project
Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
Select images featured in an online gallery

Co-Prosperity Sphere, Chicago, Illinois
November 16–29, 2012

Celebrating Chicago Artists Month
The Art Institute of Chicago's Bus Tour
One of four featured artists
October 24–25, 2012

Interview on OtherPeoplePixels's Featured Artist Blog

The Atlantic Cities interview by Amanda Erickson

Featured artist on AutumnColor Digital Imaging's newsletter

Fulbright Alumni Ambassador
Selected as a Fulbright Alumni Ambassador for the upcoming application season

Midwest Photographers Project
Mapping Collected Memory has been added to the rotating collection at
the Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College Chicago

Guest Curator for Women in Photography
Oraib Toukan’s Painless May, June cut to the heart


IMPACT—Immigration Projects: Art, Culture, and Tradition
Swing Space Gallery, The Ohio State University
October 6–October 27, 2011

PullSpeedCrashPunch: An Exhibition About Violence
New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art, University of Southern Indiana
October 1–November 12, 2011

Force Would Vanish from the Relations of Men
Action Field Kodra's 11th Exhibition of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki, Greece
September 3–14, 2011

Destination Unknown
Two nights of artist talks and cuisine focused on the theme of travel and new experience
in coordination with Sunday Dinner
Organized by Azimuth Projects in Chicago, Illinois
Presentation on July 30, 2011

Outside Coming In
Hungryman Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
Outside Coming In features eleven artists who have investigated the notion of interior
and exterior in relation to the land and natural environments.
April 2–April 9, 2011

Remember Then: An Exhibition on the Photography of Memory
Co-curator with Scott Patrick Wiener
Center for Government and International Studies, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
February 3–March 15, 2011

ARC Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
February 2–26, 2011


The Utopian Airport Lounge: An Exhibition of Public Art Projects
Makan Art Space, Amman, Jordan
December 5–26, 2010