(Mexico City, 1987) Regina Jean, known as Spika, is a Mexican artist who studied at the Universidad de las Americas in Puebla. As she was completing her thesis in religion and celebrities, Regina realized that “portrait” has potential to explore further. After finishing her Bachelor of Fine Arts, Regina began to consider different subjects around the portrait. Her most representative collection is “Uncrowned Queens” which is about the woman behind the most influential leaders in history, are 12 portraits in acrylics, amough them are: Eva Braun - Hitler's wife, Melania Trump - Trump's wife and Angelica Rivera - Peña Nieto's wife. Regina has participated in more than 40 exhibitions around the Mexican Republic, United States, France, Germany and Italy.
2018 “Uncrowned Queens” Museo Legislativo, Mexico City, Mexico, June 27.
2017 “Cosmogonia showroom” 33Contemporary Gallery, Zhou B Art Center, Chicago, Illinois, USA, April 29.
2016 “Femmes Fatales” at Hotel misión del Sol, Cuernavaca, Morelos, December 16.
“Cosmogonía” at Tango Loft, Chicago, Illinois, USA, August 4.
“Cosmogonía” at Casa México, Chicago, Illinois, USA, May 19.
2012 “Influencias artísticas” at Tec de Monterrey Campus Puebla, November 16.
2011 “Iconos Divinizados” at Galería Luz de la nevera, Universidad de las Américas Puebla, November 22.
2018 “Pop up store” Lore and heart boutique Gallerie, Paris, France, November 9. "Tempo" Galería del Reloj, by Capital del Arte, Mexico City, Mexico, August 15.
“Twenty Artists, One night” Benjamin Eck Gallery, Munich, Germany, June 2nd.
“Circles” BG Gallery, Los Angeles, California, USA, 26 de Mayo.
“Available” Galería Impronta, San Pedro Cholula, Puebla, Mexico, May 24.
2017 “Sonos Mexican Collection” Mercado Negro Gallery, San Pedro Cholula, Puebla, México, November 9.
“Schetchbook” 33Contemporary gallery, Zhou B Art Center, Chicago, IL, USA, September 15.
2016 Arte Vivo México Fundación, Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City, México, November 9.
2015 “Exposición y subasta de obra gráfica y pintura” Morton Casa de Subastas, Mexico City, México, 20 de Agosto.
2012 “Art Takes Miami 1001 artist project” Miami, Florida, USA, December 9.
"Monalisa", Restaurant Italiannis at San Angel, Mexico City, México, March 7.
2011 “Art takes Time square” at Time Square of NYC, USA, June 18.
2009 “Tlaloc” Museo de la Acuarela in Toluca, Meexico, September 27.
“Santa Rosa Festival” Museo de Santa Rosa, Puebla, Mexico, December 23.
2008 “Arte caminante 08” Museo Industrial Montenegro Santa Catarina, Nuevo León, Mexico, October 30.
“Sinestesia” Museo San Pedro, Puebla, Mexico, April 11.
2016 Mexico Fundación Arte Vivo, Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City, November 9.
2015 Gráfica y pintura, Casa de Subastas Morton, Mexico City, 16 de septiembre.
2012 Monalisa, Fundación Solo por ayudar de Lolita Ayala, Mexico City, March 7.
2008 Echando redes, Centro cultural Mizrahi, Parque España 2, Puebla, Mexico, April 23.
Fundación Black Coffee Gallery
Fundación Arte Vivo México
Fundación Solo por ayudar