Born 1977. Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA
2013 Mountain School, Los Angeles, CA
2007 Master of Fine Arts, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY
Three Hole in a Parachute, Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles
Near Positive, ZieherSmith, New York, NY
Plow Louise, Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles
AOSS/ROAS, Control Room, Los Angeles, CA
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
As Concrete as Possible, Ochi Gallery, Ketchum, ID, Curated by Vacancy Los Angeles
Brass Tacks, Anat Ebgi Gallery, Organized by Ryan Wallace, Los Angeles, CA
The Times, FLAG Art Foundation, New York, NY
Concrete Island, Venus Over LA, Los Angeles, CA
UNTITLED, with Anat Ebgi, San Francisco, CA
Bandini International Film Festival, Arturo Bandini, Los Angeles, CA
Srijon Chowdhury’s Memory Theater, Upfor, Portland, OR
Brancusi 2.0, Arturo Bandini, Los Angeles, CA
Bloody Red Sun of Fantastic L.A., curated by Rene-Julien Praz, Piasa, Paris, FR
Lost in a Sea of Red, The Pit, Glendale, CA
Officielle, with Anat Ebgi, Paris, FR
Art Los Angeles Contemporary, with Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles, CA
Rockaway!, organized by Klaus Biesenbach, PS1/Rockaway Surf club, New York, NY
Gala at Greystone, LAXART, Los Angeles, CA
NADA Miami Beach, with Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles, CA
Soft Target, curated by Phil Chang and Matthew Porter, M&B Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
DuckRabbit, Anat Ebgi Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
City Ice Arts, Awareness, Kansas City, MO, curated by Gehry Kohler
Stoic & Baby, Design Miami, Miami, FL
Building Materials, Real Art Ways, curated by James Hyde and Lucas Blalock, Hartford, CT
Building Material, curated by Lucas Blalock, Control Room, Los Angeles, CA
Echo of Echo, Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Chinese Take-Out, New Commissions Program, Art In General, New York, NY
Art: 21 exhibition, TinT Gallery, Thessaloniki, GR
Slummer Night(with Orphan), curated by Sadie Laska, Canada Gallery, New York, NY
Aqua Art Fair Miami, with Horse Trader Curatorial Projects, Miami, FL
Drawing on Drawing, curated by Rory Donaldson and Erica Mercado, Deep Space NY, New York, NY
Never Records, No Longer Empty, curated by Robert Riederer, Never Can Say Goodbye, New York, NY
Niagara, The Art Handlers Show, New York, NY
Brooklyn Artillery Fair, with Horse Trader Curatorial Projects, Brooklyn, NY
Creative Research Lab, Tell Me Everything, As You remember It , Austin, TX
Work Out, OTOM, Greenpoint, New York, NY
30 and Beyond, curated by David McFadden, Iowa State University College of Design, Ames, IA
The Armory Show, for Socrates Sculpture Park, New York, NY
Emerging Artist Fellowship, Socrates Sculpture Park, New York, NY
Behold the Antagonist Movement, curated by Robert Riederer, Dead Cat Gallery, Providence, RI,
School of Visual Arts MFA Road Show, curated by Dan Cameron, Arthur Roger Project Space, New Orleans, LA
School of Visual Arts MFA Road Show, curated by Dan Cameron, Finesilver Gallery, San Antonio, TX
School of Visual Arts MFA Road Show, curated by Dan Cameron, Boots Contemporary Art Space, St. Louis, MO
$960,000 Plus, curated by Joao Ribas, School of Visual Arts Gallery, New York, NY
Dark Matter, curated by Mike Egan and Peter Gregorio, Mercer Gallery, New York, NY
Travis Diehl,"Concrete Island", Art Agenda, April 2017
Hannah Bhuiya, "L.A. is the Concrete Frontier", SSENSE, May 2017
Pablo Lopez, "Concrete Island at Venus Over LA", Contemporary Art Review LA, May 2017
Kristen Osborne-Bartucca, “Plow Louise”, Artscene, April 2015.
Museum Nerd, “The Best Exhibitions of 2011,” Artlog, December 2011.
Chinnie Ding “The Making of the Chinese New Working Class,” Art Forum, September 2011.
Kelly Crow, “In Chinatown, Trading Heirlooms for Fine Art,” The Wall Street Journal, June 2011.
Jailee Rychen, “An Art Scavenger Hunt in the Heat of Chinatown,” The Examiner, June 2011.
Georgia Kotretsos “Inside the Artist Studio: Jason Bailer Losh,” ART:21 Blog, April 30, 2010.
Candace Jackson, “Running on Empty,” Wall Street Journal, January 15, 2010.
Larry Getlen, “A tower-ing work of art,” NY Post, January 17, 2010.
Keri MacDonald, “Never Can Say Goodbye: Artists take over abandoned record store,” Huffington Post, February 2, 2010.
Emily Brady, “RIP Pontiac: Brooklyn artist reflects on muscle car inspiration,” The Village Voice, April 28, 2009.
Alison Levy, “EAF08: 2008 Emerging Artist Fellowship Exhibition,” Artslant, September 9, 2008.
Brent Harm, “Denison native’s sculpture displayed in New York City,” Omaha Sunday World Herald, September 7, 2008.
Brent Harm, “Denison native hits the road with art show,” Denison Review, July 6, 2008.
Frank Holliday, “Existential Irony, The sober, moving resonance of ‘Dark Matter,’” Gay City News, September 1, 2006.
Chinese Take Out, “Influences and Decisions”, Art in General, 2012.
Paradise Lost, directed by Daniel Fish, American Repertory Theater program, (Image rights purchase for 2009 season, If wishes were horses then beggars would ride), 2008.
If wishes were horses then beggars would ride, a travel journal of the 2007 School of Visual Arts Road Show, edited by Jason Bailer Losh, 2008.
A group exhibition in text form, Vector Issue 1, edited by Peter Gregorio, 2008.