b. 1983, Southfield, Michigan; lives and works in Los Angeles

EDUCATION

2010   
The Fulbright US Student Program in Photography to Amman, Jordan

2007
Master of Fine Arts in Photography, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

2005
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island

RESIDENCIES

2017
LA Summer Residency, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, California

2014
ACRE, Steuben, Wisconsin
Summer Forum, Joshua Tree, California
Hatch Projects, Chicago Artists' Coalition, Chicago, Illinois

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2018
How the West Was Won, Bert Green Fine Art, Chicago, Illinois (forthcoming)
How the West Was Won, Adjunct Positions, Los Angeles, California (forthcoming)

2016
Unfortunately, It Was Paradise, Show and Tell Projects, Los Angeles, California

2015
Electrum, The Sub-Mission at The Mission Projects, Chicago, Illinois

2014   
Unfortunately, It Was Paradise, The Historic Water Tower Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2017
On Going Home, Charlie James Gallery, Los Angeles, California
The Sugar Lab, Los Angeles, California (performance)

2016
Office Hours, Beta Main, Los Angeles, California
Glory Bead, Mint Collective Columbus, Ohio

2015     
Sometimes I Say Mean Things, Slow Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
Art Present (Gift Economies), Sometimes Art Space, Havana, Cuba
The Second Terrain Biennial, private residence, Los Angeles, California
Infringement, The Sub-Samson at Samson Projects, Boston, Massachusetts
A History-shaped Hole in the Universe, Chicago Artists' Coalition, Chicago, Illinois
Document, Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

2014     
(Re)connect: Postmodern Documentary Photography (traveling exhibition)*
Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana*
Syo Gallery, Daegu, South Korea*
ADM Gallery, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore City, Singapore*
A Prophet Is Not A Fortune Teller, Chicago Artists' Coalition, Chicago, Illinois
Distant Images, Local Positions, The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, New York, New York

2013      
ARGUS: Organic Visual Archive, Filter Photo at Johalla Projects, Chicago, Illinois
Book, Film, Painting, stuartpilkington.co.uk (online exhibition)
Edan Lepucki, Regina Mamou, Lady Lamb the Beekeeper, storychord.com, Issue 71 (online exhibition)

2012     
The Chicago Project, Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago, Illinois (online exhibition)
Triangulation, Co-Prosperity Sphere, Chicago, Illinois

2011    
Impact: Immigration Projects, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Pull, Speed, Crash, Punch, University of Southern Indiana, New Harmony, Indiana
Force Would Vanish From the Relations of Men, Action Field Kodra, Thessaloniki, Greece
Exposed, Helen Day Art Center, Stowe, Vermont
Outside Coming In, Hungryman Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

2010
The Utopian Airport Lounge, Makan Art Space, Amman, Jordan (public art exhibition)

2009     
Cultural Memory: Transdiasporic Art Practices, Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
Involving Violence, School 33 Art Center, Baltimore, Maryland

2007     
Molehills: Faketure Short Film Festival, Beverly Arts Center, Chicago, Illinois (film screening)
Visceral Mappings: Transdiasporic Art Practices, Norris Cultural Arts Center, St. Charles, Illinois

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2016
"Fog," by Meg Whiteford, essay for Unfortunately, It Was Paradise
"Fresh Faces in Art: Artists You Should Know," by Max Presneill, Fabrik, Issue 31

2015
"Exhibition Review: Unfortunately, It Was Paradise," by John Murphy, Contemporaneity, Vol. 4
"Critic's Pick: Infringement," by Cate McQuaid, The Boston Globe

2014     
"Postmodern Photography at Purdue's Rueff Galleries," by Wei-Huan Chen, JC Online
"Review: Distant Images, Local Positions," by Sabrina DeTurk, Afterimage, Vol. 41, no. 5

2013     
"New Artists Feature, Fall 2013," David Andrew Frey, Culturehall, Issue 105
"Recommended Review: Regina Mamou/City Gallery," Michael Weinstein, Newcity Art
"Chicago Critic's Pick: Regina Mamou/Historic Water Tower Gallery," by Monica Westin, Artforum.com
"Vision, However Uncertain," by Karsten Lund, essay for Unfortunately, It Was Paradise

2012     
"Featured Artist Interview," by Stacia Yeapanis, OtherPeoplesPixels' blog
"How Do You Navigate a City With No Street Names?," by Amanda Erickson, The Atlantic Cities

2010
"Markers in the Landscape," by John Lillywhite, JO magazine 
"Six Artists Test Power of Public Art in Amman," by Jonah Shepp, The Jordan Times             
"American Artist: Regina Mamou," by Aya al-Khwalda, Arab Today

2009     
"Ego-casting," by Jason Foumberg, Newcity Art

2007
"A Mirror at the Event Horizon," by Jason Foumberg, Newcity Art

ARTIST TALKS

2017     
Charlie James Gallery, Los Angeles, California
"...the charming mistakes of my youth...," KCHUNG Radio, Los Angeles, California (radio show developed by Creative Migration)
Conversation with Graeme Mitchell, Wilding Cran Gallery, Los Angeles, California

2016
New York Film Academy, Los Angeles, California

2015  
The Mission Projects, Chicago, Illinois

2014     
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island
Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, Massachusetts

2013     
Harold Washington College, Chicago, Illinois

2012     
The Member Travel Program at The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois        

2011     
Azimuth Projects, Chicago, Illinois
Columbia College, Chicago, Illinois

2010     
Makan Art Space, Amman, Jordan
Darat al-Funun, Amman, Jordan

2009     
Middlesex Community College, Bedford, Massachusetts

COLLECTIONS

2016
Joan Flasch Artists' Book Collection, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

2014     
Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana

2012     
Midwest Photographers' Project, The Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, Illinois

2009
The Kinsey Institute, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana