C U R R I C U L U M    V I T A E  


S O L O   E X H I B I T I O N S

2021, The Knots of the net, Norberg Hall, Calgary (Upcoming)

2019, Look slowly and all that moves, Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown, curated by Pan Wendt 

2018, a slow light, Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition, multiple locations, curated by Shannon Bingeman

2018, a slow light, Division Gallery, Toronto

2017, a slow light, Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, curated by Ryan Doherty 

2017, Sediments and SunlightNorberg Hall, Calgary

2015, We, ourselves included, Ditch Projects, Springfield

2015, Being with, Norberg Hall, Calgary

2014, A tangle, a receding maze, Feature Contemporary Art Fair, Toronto, presented by Esker Foundation, Calgary

2014, We saw the reflected, inverted image of our own age, Walter Phillips Gallery, Satellite Space,  Banff Centre, curated by Peta Rake

2013, The way air hides the sky, Esker Foundation, Project Space, Calgary, curated Shauna Thompson

2011, In Passing, EPCOR Centre, Ledge Gallery, Calgary 

2010, In Passing, Ministry of Casual Living, Victoria


S E L E C T E D   G R O U P   E X H I B I T I O N S

2016, Plexus, DNA artspace, London

2015, Sought, Norberg Hall, Calgary

2015, Surface and Stratagem, Division Gallery, Toronto

2015, Future Station: 2015 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, curated by Kristy Trinier

2014, When I told you to shoot the sky, I had something else in mind, Platform Centre, Winnipeg, curated by Natasha Peterson

2014, Symbolic Landscapes, Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition, multiple locations

2014, BYOB YYC III, Truck Gallery, Calgary

2014, WE, Old Hairdressers Gallery, Glasgow

2014, WE, Latitude 53, Edmonton

2013, Garage Montage, Art Gallery of Calgary 

2012, Calibration Shift, Third Party Gallery, Cincinnati

2012, BYOB CGY 2, Calgary, organized by Justin Waddell

2012, New Alberta Contemporaries, Esker Foundation, Calgary

2012, YOU HALL, Open Engagement, Portland, curated by Jenn Jackson and Kari Cywnar

2012, 539 Days, Haight Gallery, Calgary

2012, BYOB CGY, 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

2009, Homologous Fields, TRUCK Gallery, Calgary


E D U C A T I O N

2007, BFA with Distinction, Alberta College of Art + Design (now Alberta University for the Arts) 


C O M M I S S I O N S

2016, To keep the promise, Calgary Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel

2016, In strata no. 3, Gardiner Roberts head office, Toronto

2015, held above our heads in stone, Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff Centre

2015, A panorama protects it's view, Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton 

2011, Endangered Migratory Birds of Alberta, City of Calgary


G R A N T S   A N D   A W A R D S

2020, Research and Creation Grant, Canada Council for the Arts

2019, Cultural Relations Grant, Alberta Foundation for the Arts

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, Individual Project Grant, Alberta Foundation for the Arts

2007, Alberta College of Art and Design Board of Governors Award for Painting

2006, Louise McKinney Post-Secondary Scholarship

2005 / 2004, Jason Lang Scholarships 

2004 / 2003, Devon Canada Academic Scholarships


C O L L E C T I O N S

Alberta Foundation for the Arts

Bank of Montreal 

Calgary Civic Art Collection

Government of Canada, Department of Foreign Affairs

Royal Bank of Canada

TD Canada Trust

Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff Centre 

Numerous private collections


P A N E L S   A N D   T A L K S

2019, Tyler Los-Jones, Grande Praire Regional College

2019, Not Boring – Landscapes, Places and Identities, with Benedict Fullalove, Dan Hudson, Tanya Harnett and Diane Colwell, Alberta University of the Arts

2018, Tyler Los-Jones, Red Deer College 

2018, Climates, with Jayne Wilkinson and Kelly Jazvac, Art Toronto, presented by Canadian Art 

2018, Sondra Meszaros and Tyler Los-Jones, Jarvis Hall Gallery, Calgary

2017, Sun Tunnels, University of Lethbridge ART NOW series

2017, Tyler Los-Jones, Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown

2016, Photographer Talks, with Andreas Rutkauskas and Nicole Kelly Westman, ArtsPlace, Canmore

2015, Tyler Los-Jones in conversation with Kristy Trinier, Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton

2014, And I'm floating in the most peculiar way, with David Hanes and Andrea Pinheiro,  Feature Contemporary Art Fair, Toronto, presented by Esker Foundation, Calgary

2014, To know ones fictions, Esker Foundation, Calgary  

2012, Everything in its right place, with Kris Weinmann, Esker Foundation, Calgary

2011, Artist-run culture in Calgary, TRUCK Gallery and Alberta College of Art and Design, Calgary

2009, Daytona 809, TRUCK Gallery, Calgary


R E S I D E N C I E S 

2022, International Studio & Curatorial Program, New York (Upcoming)

2021, The Arctic Circle Residency (Upcoming)

2021, Assiniboine Residency, Whyte Museum, Banff (Upcoming)

2017, Research Residency, Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown  

2017, Artist in Residence, Banff Centre 

2015, Artist in Residence, Banff Centre 

2015, Gushul Studio Residency, Crowsnest Pass, organized by Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge

2013, Rozsa Foundation Arts Pilot Project Artist in Residence, TELUS Spark, Calgary

2011, Emerging Artist in Residence, EPCOR Centre Ledge Gallery, Calgary


S E L E C T E D   B I B L I O G R A P H Y 

2020, Look slowly and all that moves, exhibition text by Pan Wendt, Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown

2018, Tyler Los-Jones; a slow light, Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition Program exhibition catalogue

2018, "10 Artists Who Work with Changing Environments," by Yasmin Nurming-Por, Canadian Art

2015, held above our heads in stone, interview with Benedict Fullalove, Banff Centre 

2015, Tyler Los-Jones, interview with Kyle Seis, wave-pool.net

2015, Future Station: the 2015 Alberta Biennial, exhibition catalogue

2014, Tyler Los-Jones, by Andrea Williamson, BlackFlash

September 2014, Symbolic Landscapes, exhibition catalogue

July 2013, YOU HALL, exhibition catalogue

June 2012, New Alberta Contemporaries, exhibition catalogue

March 2010, Pamela Papers, artist book

October 2009, Homologous Fields, exhibition catalogue


S E L E C T E D  P R E S S

December 11th, 2019, "Tyler Los-Jones," Akimblog, Akimbo

October 17th, 2019, "Look slowly and all that moves," BuzzPEI.com

October 17th, 2019, "Tyler Los-Jones: Look slowly and all that moves," visualartsnews.ca

October 25th, 2018, "Our Editors’ Picks for Art Toronto," Canadian Art  

October 24th, 2018, Toronto Life

October 12th, 2018, "3 Exciting Artists Exhibiting at Art Toronto 2018," S/ Magazine online

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 

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 



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