JosÃÂ¨ Lozano, Calaca Chic, 2018, Serigraph on paper
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- Estimated Value
- $150 USD
- $75 USD to Live Event Bidder
11" x 10", Edition of 100, Signed. Framed 16" x 12.5"
Born in 1959, Josè Lozano is considered a principal in the vibrant contemporary Los Angeles arts scene. His drawings, prints, and paintings have been exhibited widely at venues that include the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, UCLA Armand Hammer Museum, Orange County Museum of Art, Patricia Correia Gallery, Self Help Graphics, and Avenue 50 Studio. In 2010 he was the subject of a retrospective at the Muckenthaler Cultural Center. He has received many awards including a J. Paul Getty Mid-Career Grant in Painting and a California Arts Council Grant for Drawing and Painting.
Josè Lozano's public installation La Metro Lotería entertains passengers at the La Brea Metro stop in Los Angeles and his 50 foot tall mural Aliso Dreams was recently completed for the La Plaza Village apartments in Los Angeles. Several of his works are included in Cheech Martin's Chicano Art Collection, which has toured extensively. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts degrees from California State University at Fullerton.
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