T Y L E R   L O S - J O N E S

Solo Exhibitions

2019, Look slowly and all that moves, Confederation Centre Art Gallery,
- Charlottetown PEI - upcoming

2018, a slow light, Division Gallery, Toronto ON

2017, a slow light, Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge AB
2017, Sediments and Sunlight, Jarvis Hall Gallery, Calgary

2015, We, ourselves included, Ditch Projects, Springfield, Oregon
2015, being with, Jarvis Hall Fine Art, Calgary

2014, We Saw the Reflected, Inverted Image of Our Own Age, Banff Centre
2014, A tangle, a receding maze, Feature Contemporary Art Fair 2014,
- Presented by the Esker Foundation

2013, How the Air Hides the Sky, Esker project space, - December -

2012, FASTERFASTERFASTER, Contemporary Art Gallery of Calgary

2011, Endangered Migratory Birds of Alberta, Olympic Plaza, Calgary
2011, In Passing, EPCOR Centre Ledge Gallery, Calgary

2010, In Passing, Ministry of Casual Living, Victoria


2016, To keep the promise, Calgary Airport Marriott Hotel
2016, Gardiner Roberts entrance, Toronto
2015, held above our heads in stone, Walter Phillips Gallery, The Banff Centre
2015, A panorama protects it’s view, The Art Gallery of Alberta
2011, Endangered Migratory Birds of Alberta, City of Calgary

Selected Group Exhibitions

2016, Plexus, DNA artspace, London, ON

2015, Sought, Jarvis Hall Fine Art, Calgary
2015, Surface and Stratagem, Division Gallery, Toronto
2015, Future Station: 2015 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art,
- Art Gallery of Alberta

2014, When I told you to shoot the sky, I had something else in mind
- Platform Centre
, Winnipeg
2014, Symbolic Landscapes, Touring exhibition
2014, WE, The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow, Scotland
2014, WE, Latitude 53, Edmonton

2013, Garage Montage, Art Gallery of Calgary
2013, The Cold Show, 154 Wallace AVE, Toronto, ON

2012, Calibration Shift, Third Party Gallery, Cincinnati, OH
2012, BYOB CGY 2, Calgary
2012, New Alberta Contemporaries, Esker foundation, Calgary
2012, YOU HALL, - Part of Open Engagement - , Portland OR
2012, 539 Days, Haight Gallery, Calgary
2012, BYOB CGY, Calgary

2011, Its Worth at Least $30, Circa showroom, Calgary
2011, SWARM, Arrata Opera Centre, Calgary
2011, Phase 6, Untitled Art Society, Calgary
2011, Phase 6, New Gallery & Untitled Art Society + 15 Windows, Calgary
2011, Here & There, Propeller Centre for the Arts, Toronto

2010, Hunting Elephants, Haight Gallery, Calgary
2010, Local Library Benefit, Bird Dog Video, Calgary
2010, With Nothing You Starve, With A Little You Survive, The C.A.M
2010, Sled Island Poster Show, Sloth Records, Calgary
2010, The Pith Biennale of Conschmemporary Art, Pith Gallery, Calgary

2009, Homologous Fields, TRUCK Gallery, Calgary

2007, Holler, 809 exhibition space, Calgary
2007, Russian Construction, Bird Dog Video, Calgary
2007, ACAD Grad Show, Illingworth Kerr Gallery, Calgary


2007, BFA with Distinction, Alberta College of Art + Design

Collaborative Projects

2010 - 2012, Co-Founder / member of Local Library
2007 - 2009, Co-Founder / member of 809 Gallery
2007, State & Lake, with Ryan Ford, Stride Gallery +15 Window Space

Grants and Awards

2017, Individual Project Grant, Canada Council for the Arts
2016, Individual Project Grant, Alberta Foundation for the Arts
2016, Lieutenant Governor of Alberta Emerging Artist Award
2013, Alberta Foundation for the Arts, project grant
2007, ACAD Board of Governors Award for Painting
2006, Louise McKinney Post-Secondary Scholarship
2004, 2005, Jason Lang scholarships
2003, 2004, Devon Canada Academic scholarships

Group Awards

2011, FFWD Magazine, Best of Calgary: All-Ages Venue, Local Library
2010, Telus arts award for innovation in community outreach, Local Library
2010, FFWD Magazine Best of Calgary: All-Ages Venue, Local Library


Government of Canada, Department of Foreign Affairs
Alberta Foundation for the Arts
TD Canada Trust
Royal Bank of Canada
The Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity
Calgary Civic Art Collection
Numerous private collections


2017, Research Residency, Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown PEI
2015, Artist in Residence, The Banff Centre
2015, Gushul Studio Residency, Crowsnest Pass
- Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery
2013, Rozsa Foundation Arts Pilot Project Artist in Residence,
- TELUS Spark, the New Science Centre in Calgary
2011, EPCOR Centre Ledge Gallery, Emerging Artist in Residence,

Panels and Talks

2018, Sondra Meszaros and Tyler Los-Jones, Jarvis Hall Gallery
2017, Sun Tunnels, University of Lethbridge ART NOW series
2017, Tyler Los-Jones, Confederation Centre Art Gallery
2016, Photographer Talks, with Andreas Rutkauskas & Nicole Kelly Westman, artsPlace
2015, Tyler Los-Jones in conversation with Kristy Trinier, Art Gallery of Alberta
2014, And I'm floating in the most peculiar way,
- With David Hanes and Andrea Pinheiro, Feature Contemporary Art Fair
- Presented by the Esker Foundation
2014, To know ones fictions, Esker Foundation
2012, Everything in its right place,
- with Kris Weimann, Esker Foundation
2011, Artist-run culture in Calgary, TRUCK gallery + ACAD
2009, Daytona 809, TRUCK Gallery

Selected Bibliography

August 2015, held above our heads in stone, interview with Benedict Fullalove, The Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity
May 2015, Tyler Los-Jones, wave-pool.net, interview with Kyle Seis
January 2015, Future Station: the 2015 Alberta Biennial, exhibition Catalogue
September 2014, Tyler Los-Jones, Blackflash magazine - written by Andrea Williamson
September 2014, Symbolic Landscapes, exhibition catalogue
July 2013, YOU HALL, exhibition catalogue
June 2012, New Alberta Contemporaries, exhibition catalogue
October 9th 2009, Homologous Fields, Exhibition Text

Selected Press

December 9th, 2017, Crowsnest Pass influences new SAAG exhibits, Lethbridge Herald
January 22nd, 2015, Preview: AGA’s biennial show takes inspiration from hidden LRT station, Edmonton Journal
July 15, 2014, Alberta Biennial 2015 List Looks to Future, Canadian Art Online
March 13th, 2014, Tyler Los-Jones: Distorting the view, Made in Banff,
July 19th, 2013, Science centre's first artist-in-residence combines science, art and time - Calgary Herald
June 3rd, 2011, Tyler Los-Jones comes up from art’s underground,
- Calgary Herald
March 2nd, 2011, Calgary Report: An Artist-Run Alberta,
- Canadian Art Online
December 2nd, 2010, Don’t be Haightin’, FFWD weekly
October 22nd, 2010, Market Collective - a Series of Artists, The Reflector
March 2010, Pamela Papers
November 5th, 2009, Quebec Painting Pair Exploits Perceptions,
- Calgary Herald
October 29th, 2009, Perspective Skewed, FFWD weekly
January 1st, 2009, The Best of the Visual Arts, FFWD weekly
August 15th, 2008, Taking Care of Business at the 809, Shotgun Review