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Regina Mamou’s work at “A Prophet Is Not A Fortune Teller”

Installation view, A Record of Disillusion, 2014 by Regina Mamou

Installation view, A Record of Disillusion, 2014 by Regina Mamou

THE GROUP EXHIBITION A Prophet Is Not A Fortune Teller was on view from Friday, May 2, 2014, through Thursday, May 22, 2014, at the Chicago Artists Coalition located at 217 North Carpenter Street, Chicago, Illinois 60607.

Installation view, Proposed Vortex (Iteration #3), 2014 by Regina Mamou

Installation view, Proposed Vortex (Iteration #3), 2014 by Regina Mamou

In A Prophet Is Not A Fortune Teller, HATCH Residents Regina Mamou (board member and director of academic relations of the Chicago Chapter of the Fulbright Association), Adam Liam Rose, and Sabri Reed presented work that questioned the mediations between body and soul, mind and spirit, and the divine and the quotidian.

The exhibition was curated by Aaron OttĀ andĀ Jeannette Tremblay. In addition to the exhibition, there was a conversation with the artists on Sunday, May 18, 2014, at the gallery. For more information on the Chicago Artists Coalition, visit chicagoartistscoalition.org.

Installation view, All That Has Ever Happened Is Present, 2014 by Regina Mamou

Installation view, All That Has Ever Happened Is Present, 2014 by Regina Mamou