José Lozano


José Lozano is recognized as one of the principal figures in the Los Angeles Latinx art scene. Actively exhibiting since 1987, he has had solo exhibitions at the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, the Lancaster Museum of Art and History, and five other venues. His work has been included in over 40 group exhibitions. Lozano has participated in the serigraph atelier projects at Self-Help Graphics and his public art projects include the L.A. Metro Loteria at La Brea/Jefferson Station and a mural for La Plaza Village in downtown Los Angeles. His most recent children’s book, Little Chanclas, was awarded the best bilingual picture book by the Latino Book Awards Association. Lozano’s art is represented in the collections of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Cheech Marin. A native of Los Angeles who spent his early childhood in Juarez, Mexico before returning to settle in Orange County, Lozano holds BA, MA, and MFA degrees from California State University, Fullerton.



The 99%

Works by Jodi Bonassi, Albert Alvarez, and José Lozano / Curated by David S. Rubin
June 13 - August 1, 2020