Jason Lazarus (born 1975, Kansas City, MO) is a Florida based artist, curator, educator, and sometimes writer. Anchored in the expanded photographic field, Lazarus’ work seeks experiential forms and methods to grapple with the politics of representation.

Since 2003, Lazarus’ practice has grown to include multiple archive projects, installation, sculpture, a feature-length film featuring over 3000 animated gifs, an online arts criticism platform, an alternative exhibition space called Coco Hunday in Tampa, Florida, and the itinerant sculpture-text library PDF-OBJECTS among other projects.

Lazarus’ work has been reviewed and discussed in The New York Times, Artforum, Frieze Magazine, The Los Angeles Times, The British Journal of Photography, Afterimage, the Chicago Tribune, and Hyperallergic among many other publications and platforms.

Recent solo exhibitions include Chicago Works: Jason Lazarus at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Live Archive at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, The Rickshaw at Andrew Rafacz Gallery (Chicago) and THTK (Toronto) at Gallery TPW in Toronto, CA.

Major exhibitions include About Time: Photography in a Moment of Change at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Love to Love You at MASS MoCA, On the Scene at the Art Institute of Chicago, Black Is, Black Ain’t at the Renaissance Society, Not the Way You Remembered at the Queens Museum of Art, Photography and Objecthood in the Digital Age at the George Eastman Museum, Image Search at PPOW Gallery in NYC, Way of the Shovel at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, and Michael Jackson Doesn’t Quit, Part 3 at the Future Gallery, Berlin.

His work resides in the permanent collections of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, GA, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago among many others. His project Phase 1 Live Archive is featured on the cover of A Political Economy of the Senses: Neoliberalism, Reification, Critique by Anita Chari (Columbia University Press, 2015).

In the summer of 2018 his work will be featured in the Florida Prize at the Orlando Museum of Art, and in the fall of 2018, he will be publishing an artist book in collaboration with the Visual Studies Workshop (with a companion text by Martha Rosler).

Lazarus is an Assistant Professor of Art and Art History at the University of South Florida and an MFA Low Residency Program Mentor with the School of the Art Institute Chicago.


Andrew Rafacz Gallery, The Rickshaw, Chicago, IL 2016
Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Don’t Close These Doors Unless You Know What You’re Doing, Kansas City, MO 2014
Luminary Center for the Arts, The Search (A Year Long Installation), St. Louis, MO, 2014
Contemporary Jewish Museum, Live Archive, San Francisco, CA 2013
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago Works: Jason Lazarus, Chicago, IL 2013 (catalogue)
SF Camerawork, T.H.T.K. (San Francisco), San Francisco, CA 2013 (catalogue)
Notre Dame, Circa 1970, Afterimage Studies, South Bend, IN 2013
Lightwork, T.H.T.K. (Syracuse), Syracuse, NY 2013 (catalogue)
Andrew Rafacz Gallery, The Search, Chicago, IL 2011
Armory Center for the Arts, Gone Pasadena, CA 2011
Illinois State University, Your Time is Gonna Come, Bloomington, IL 2011 (catalogue)
Des Moines Art Center, Single Channel Des Moines, IA 2010
Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Orion over Baghdad, Chicago, IL 2009
Kaune, Sudendorf Gallery, Self portrait as an artist, Cologne, Germany 2008
Andrew Rafacz Gallery, This is gonna take one more night, Chicago, IL 2008
D3 projects, Recordings, Los Angeles 2007
Museum of Contemporary Art, 12x12 New Artists/New Work Chicago, IL 2006


twohundredfiftysixcolors at Antenna, New Orleans, LA 2015
twohundredfiftysixcolors at Brighton Photo Biennial, Brighton, UK 2014
twohundredfiftysixcolors at Union Docs, NYC 2014
twohundredfiftysixcolors at Cinefamily, Los Angeles, CA 2014
twohundredfiftysixcolors at the Cinedelphia Film Festival, PhilaMoCA, Philadelphia, PA 2014
twohundredfiftysixcolors at the TIFF Bell LightBox, Toronto, CA 2013
twohundredfiftysixcolors at Pittsburgh Filmakers/VIA Fest, Pittsburgh, PA 2013
twohundredfiftysixcolors at the Bijou Cinema, Iowa City IA 2013
twohundredfiftysixcolors at the Union Theatre, Milwaukee, WI 2013
twohundredfiftysixcolors at the Gene Siskel Film Center, Chicago, IL 2013


SF MOMA, About Time: Photographs from the Collection, San Francisco, CA
Kunsthaus im KenstKulturQuartier, Passion: Fan Behavior and Art, Nurnberg, Germany
Muzeum Ludwig, Passion: Fan Behavior and Art, Budapest, Hungary
Stadtgalerie Kiel 9, Passion: Fan Behavior and Art, Kiel, Germany
George Eastman Museum, A Matter of Memory: Photography and Objecthood in the Digital Age, Rochester, NY
International Photo Festival Köln, The State I am In, Cologne, Germany
Neiman Gallery, Love 2016, Columbia University, New York, NY
Florida Museum of Photographic Art, There is a light that never goes out, Tampa, FL
Glass Curtain Gallery, Terms of Use, Columbia College Chicago, IL
USFCAM, Amplified: Reverberations from The Music Box, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Passion, Fan Behavior and Art, Berlin, Germany
Hyde Park Art Center, Cosmosis, Chicago, IL
Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, Power Objects, Grand Rapids, MI
University Galleries, Selections from the Permanent Collection, Illinois State University, Bloomington, IL
Art Association of Jackson Hole, On/Off Virtual Art in Real Life, Jackson Hole, WI
Evanston Art Center, _Hybrid’s Paradise
, Chicago, IL
Rainbo Club, LA MUSIK, Chicago, IL

Museum of Contemporary Art, City Self, Chicago, IL
Pioneer Works, Trompe l’Oeil, Brooklyn, NY
Nerman Museum, Beyond Bounds, Overland Park, KS
California State University, After Life, Los Angeles, CA
Sector 2337, The New New Corpse, Chicago, IL
Austin Center of Photography, Blog Reblog, Austin, TX
Riverside Art Center, Inside Space, Chicago, IL
Superchief Gallery, Trompe l’Oeil, Los Angeles, CA

MASS MoCA, Love to Love You, North Adams, MA
Museum of Contemporary Art, Way of the Shovel, Chicago, IL
DePaul Art Museum, Histories/Photographies, Chicago, IL
Biennial of the Americas, Draft Urbanism, Denver, CO
Block Museum of Art at Northwestern University, The Left Front: Radical Art in the Red Decade 1929-1940, Evanston, IL
Georgia State University, Shadow Puppets: Traces of New Documentary Practices, Atlanta, GA
Visual Studies Workshop, Of the Ordinary, Rochester, NY
Neverland Space, Turnpike, Zurich, Switzerland

Biennial of Photography and Visual Arts, Images of Love, Love of the Image, Liege, Belgium
Contemporary Jewish Museum, Trees for Life: A New Vision for Art, Ecology, and Community, San Francisco, CA
Künstlerhaus Speckstrasse, Koffer Kunst, Hamburg, Germany
USF Contemporary Art Museum, The Importance of Being Photographed, Tampa, FL
DeVos Art Museum, You Complete Me, Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI
Platform Gallery, LAMENT, Winnipeg, CA
Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, Of the Ordinary, Philadelphia, PA
Moving the Still: A Gif Festival, twohundredfiftysixcolors, Miami, FL
EXPO Chicago, Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago, IL

Queens Museum of Art, Not the Way You Remembered, NYC
Museum of Contemporary Photography, Our Origins Chicago, IL
Bienne Festival of Photography, One Hour Photo, Bienne, Switzerland
Country Club Projects, Let Your Light In, Los Angeles, CA
Chicago Cultural Center, Write Now: Artists and Letterforms, Chicago, IL
Gallery 400, Archival Impulse, Chicago, IL
Soshana Wayne, Chain Letter, Los Angeles, CA
The Future Gallery, Youth Culture Berlin, Germany
Invisible Dog Art Center, American Idolatry Brooklyn, NY
DePaul Art Museum, Highlights from the Permanent Collection, Chicago, IL
Golden Age, Twice Removed: A Survey of Take Away Work, Chicago, IL
CS13, Land Before Skype, Cincinnati, OH

Mona Bismarck Foundation Cultural Center, Made in Chicago, Paris, France
Kunstraum ANT!FOTO, Dusseldorf, Germany
Fotofest 2010 Biennial, Road to Nowhere and Whatever was Splendid, Houston, TX
DNJ Gallery, Contemporary Photogram, Los Angeles, CA
MMX Open Art Space, Defenestration Show V, Berlin, Germany
Gallery 400, Circle, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL
The Future Gallery, Michael Jackson Doesn’t Quit, Part 3, Berlin, Germany
Sullivan Gallery at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, An Immaterial Survey of our Peers (curated by Brad Troemel), Chicago, IL
University Museum, One Hour Photo Katzen Arts Center, Washington, DC
NADA Art Fair, Ox-Bow, Miami, FL
Reference Gallery, The Unbearable Silence of God Richmond, VA
Noble Superior Projects, You are looking at art about looking at art, Chicago, IL
The Hills Esthetic Center, Remembering the Future, Chicago, IL
Monument 2, This Is Still Life, Chicago, IL
Concertina Gallery, Live Forever, Chicago, IL
LIVESINNY$LA, Crates and Laptops, Chicago, IL

Art Institute of Chicago, On the Scene, Chicago, IL
PPOW Gallery, Young Curators, New Ideas II New York City
Kansas City Art Institute, Black Is, Black Ain’t, Kansas City, MO
Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Black is, Black Ain’t, Detroit, MI
PPOW Gallery, Image Search, New York City
The Future Gallery, Michael Jackson Doesn’t Quit, Berlin, Germany
Rotterdam Hofplein, Trendbeheer Presents, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Andrew Rafacz Gallery Volta 5, Basel, Switzerland
Kunstlerhaus Dortmund, Access!, Dortmund, Germany
White Flag Projects, Prethunderdome, St. Louis, MO
Illinois State University, Unfiction, Normal, IL
Dominican University, Untitled (Field Work), River Forest, IL
Reed College, Sub-Prime, Portland, Oregon

Renaissance Society, Black Is, Black Ain’t, Chicago, IL
Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Bad Moon, Chicago, IL
Milwaukee Museum of Art, Unnmasked and Anonymous, Milwaukee, WI
Australian Centre for Photoraphy, Hijacked Sydney, Australia
MWNM, New Mourning, New York City
Chicago Cultural Center, Made In Chicago: Photographs from the Bank of America LaSalle Collection, Chicago, IL
City Gallery, About Art: Jason Lazarus and Brian Ulrich, Chicago, IL
Trustman Gallery at Simmons College, Human Animal Project, Boston, MA
Columbia College A&D Gallery, Off the Beaten Road, Chicago, IL
Queen Street Gallery, Hijacked, Fremantle, Australia
Neunplus, Hijacked, Berlin, Germany
Kaune, Sudendorf Gallery, Here you are, Cologne, Germany
Das Weisse Haus, Konfusion, Vienna, Austria
New York Photo Festival, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Pavilion, NYC
Co-Prosperity Sphere, Hic et Nunc (here and now), Chicago, IL
The Arm, Hijacked Brooklyn, NYC

Museum of Contemporary Art, Mapping the Self, Chicago, IL
Humble Arts Foundation, In the Dirt: Young Photographers Rethinking The Human Relationship to the Contemporary Landscape, NYC
Vermont Center for Photography, People Buildings and Cars, Brattleboro, VT
Minneapolis Center of Photography, Photocentric 2007, Minneapolis, MN
Gahlberg Gallery at College of Dupage, On Death and Dying (curated from the collection of the Museum of Contemporary Photography), Glen Ellyn, IL

Silverstein Photography, Eat, Shit, & Die, NYC
Studio Bee, Tiny Vices, Tokyo, Japan
Evanston Art Center, Biennial, Chicago, IL
IFIA, Ways to See, Hong Kong, China
Gallery 400-UIC, Temporary Allegiance Project, Chicago, IL
University of St. Francis, Something to do with Failure, Joliet, IL
Iron Studios, New Trends in Chicago Photography, Chicago, IL
Nova Art Fair, Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago, IL
Open End, Mad, Bad, and Street Legal, Chicago, IL
AQUA Art Fair, Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Miami, FL

FIAC International Art Fair, Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Paris, France
The Renaissance Society, Photography Now, Chicago, IL
Lancaster Museum of Art, Photo National, Lancaster, PA
SoHo Photo Gallery, Annual National Juried Competition, curated by Kate Ware (curator of photographs at the Philadelphia Museum of Art), NYC
Iron Studios (Select Media Festival), The New Chicagoans Chicago, IL
Art Center of Northern New Jersey, 2005 invitational curated by Jordan Kantor (associate curator, Museum of Modern Art, New York City

Wegway, Third Annual International Juried Art Exhibition, Toronto, CA
Bucket Rider Gallery, Holiday, Chicago, IL
Heaven Gallery, Who Makes Self Portraits in 2000?, Chicago, IL
Open End, Gently With a Chainsaw, Chicago, IL
Acme Art, Movieside Invitational, Chicago, IL

Art Chicago, Bucket Rider Gallery Invitational Booth, Chicago, IL
Heaven Gallery, Shift, Chicago, IL
Soho 20 Gallery, Annual Spring International Juried Exhibition, curated by Janet Koplos, (Art in America), Sr. Editor, NYC
Glass Curtain Gallery, Fractured Lines, Chicago, IL
Woman Made Gallery, Normal/Abnormal, Chicago, IL


San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
Milwaukee Museum of Art, Milwaukee, WI
Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, IL
The Banff Centre, Banff, Canada
DePaul University Art Museum, Chicago, IL
Bank of America LaSalle Photography Collection, Chicago, IL
College of DuPage, Glen Elyn, IL
Belgravia Group, Chicago, IL Spertus Institute, Chicago, IL
The Capital Group Worldwide
Norman Waitt, WaittCorp Investments, LLC, Omaha, NE
Daniel Berger, Chicago, IL
Larry and Marilyn Fields, Chicago, IL
Cathy Ross, Glencoe, IL
Jack and Sandra Guthman, Chicago, IL
Leslie Bluhm and David Helfand, NY, NY
University Galleries, Illinois State University, Bloomington-Normal, IL


University of South Florida, Assistant Professor of Photography and Digital Media, 2015-Present
School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Low Res MFA Program Mentor, 2016-Present
School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Assistant Adjunct Professor, 2008-2015
Kennedy Visiting Artist, University of South Florida at Tampa, Fall 2011
Columbia College Chicago, Adjunct, 2003-present
St. Xavier University, Instructor, 2006-2008
Robert Morris College, Instructor, 2004-2008


Yale University, Artist Lecture, Hartford, Connecticut
George Eastman Museum, Artist Lecture: Gestures Toward the Photographic, Rochester, NY
Columbia University, Artist Lecture, NYC

Threewalls/Via Publication, I Like Your Work: Interview with Brandon Alvendia, Chicago, IL and LA, CA
The Luminary, Towards an Expanded Notion of Art Criticism, St. Louis, MO

School of Visual Art, Artist Lecture, NYC
School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Silent Witness, with Laura Letinsky, Fernando Orellana, and
Herman Starks, Chicago, IL
Auburn University, Artist Lecture, Auburn, AL
Northern Illinois University, Artist Lecture, DeKalb, IL
Riverside Art Center, The Space Within artist panel, Riverside, IL

Contemporary Jewish Museum, Conversation with Lori Starr, San Francisco, CA
Banff Centre, Artist Lecture, Banff, Canada
Light Work, Artist Lecture, Syracuse, NY
Syracuse University, Transmedia Dept, Artist Lecture, Syracuse, NY
Museum of Contemporary Art, Artist Lecture, Chicago, IL
University of Notre Dame, Artist Lecture, South Bend, IN
SF Camerawork, Artist lecture, San Francisco, CA

California College of the Arts, Artist Lecture, San Francisco, CA
Museum of Contemproary Photography, Jan Tichy in Conversation With Jason Lazarus and
Faheem Majeed, Chicago, IL
Summer Forum for Inquiry and Exchange, Chicago Artist Writers New Harmony, IN,
Pecha Kucha, Artist Lecture, Art Institute of Chicago

International Center of Photography, NYC
Ringling College of Art and Design, Sarasota, FL
University of South Florida, Wandering by the Angle of the Sun, Tampa, FL
University of Notre Dame, The Art of Politics & The Politics of Art, Notre Dame, IN
Rice University, Department of Art, Houston, TX

School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Photography Department, Chicago, IL
Columbia College Chicago, Department of Art and Design, Chicago, IL
Riverside Art Center/Milwaukee Art Museum Photography Council, Too Hard to Keep archive installation, Riverside, IL
DePaul University, DePaul University Art Museum, Chicago, IL
NEXT Art Fair, Converge Curators Forum with Gilbert Vicario, Chicago, IL

University of Chicago, Contemporary Art Workshop, Chicago, IL
Art Institute of Chicago, On the Scene, Chicago, IL
Reed College, Sub-Prime, Portland, OR


Montalvo Arts Center Fellowship, Artist in Residence, Saratoga, CA 2016
House, Still Remains, Artist in Residence, Istanbul, Turkey 2016
Tulane University, Visiting Artist, 2015
Chicago Artist Writers, Co-Founder and Co-Editor, 2012-Present
The Luminary, Artist in Residence, St. Louis, MO, 2014
ACRE Residency Program, Core Visiting Artist, 2014
Free Art School, Visiting Teaching Artist, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2014
The Samuel I. Newhouse Artist Award, 2013
Efroymson Contemporary Arts Fellowship, Fellowship Award, 2013
Propeller Grant, Chicago Artist Writers, 2013
Banff Centre, Artist in Residence, Banff, Canada 2013
SUB-MISSION, Juror, Chicago, IL 2013
Juror, Archetype Drift, Filter Photo Festival, 2013
Co-Director, Chicago Artist Writers, 2012
Core Visiting Artist, ACRE Residency Program, 2012
John Gutmann Photography Fellowship, 2011
Kennedy Visiting Artist, University of South Florida at Tampa, 2011
Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, Artist Fund Award, 2011
Board of Directors, ACRE (Artists’ Cooperative Residencies and Exhibitions), 2011
Ox-Bow Residency Visiting Artist, Saugatuck, MI 2010
ACRE Residency, Steuben, Wisconsin 2010
Solo Juror, Student Annual Exhibition, Illinois State University, 2010
Illinois Arts Council Fellowship Award, 2009
Panelist, Artists at Work Forum: Domestic Studio, organized and moderated by Lorelei Stewart, Director of Gallery 400, University of Illinois, Chicago
Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Award, Emerging Artist Award, 2008
Das Weisse Haus Residency, Vienna, Austria July-September, 2008
Artadia Grant Award, 2006
Harold Residency in Photography, Chesterhill, OH 2006 and 2007, 2009
CAAP Grant Panelist, Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Chicago, 2006, 2005
CAAP Grant, Illinois Art Council, 2003, 2004, 2007
Special Assistance Grant, Illinois Art Council, 2004


Director and Curator, Coco Hunday, 2015-Present, Tampa, FL
Co-Curator, Downcast Eyes, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL 2012
Co-Curator/Co-Director, twohundredfiftysixcolors animated GIF film project, Chicago, IL 2012
Curator, Hang in There, Co-Prosperity Sphere, Chicago, IL 2011
Curator, Ocean, Hungryman Gallery, Chicago, IL 2010
Curator, Concerning tomorrow, Harold Center, Chicago, IL 2007
Co-curator, Are You Serious? Wendy Cooper Gallery, Chicago, IL 2006
Curator, Who Makes Self Portraits in 2004? Heaven Gallery, Chicago, IL 2004
Co-Curator/Co-Director, Jesus Chrysler Gallery, Chicago, IL 2002-2003


Political Economy of the Senses by Anita Chari, Columbia University, 2015
Jason Lazarus: Your Time is Gonna Come (with essays by Michelle Grabner, Barry Blinderman,
Kendra Paitz, and Nick Wylie); Illinois State University, DAP, 2013
T.H.T.K. (San Francisco) (with an essay by Abigail Solomon-Godeau and Chuck Mobley),
published by SF Camerawork, 2013
T.H.T.K. (Syracuse), (with an essay by Shane Lavalette), Contact Sheet, published by Light Work,
Syracuse, NY, 2013
NIRVANA, Here Press, London, UK, 2013


In Books and Art, the New Life of Old Photography by Su Wu, New York Times, Dec 5, 2016
SFMOMA’s expansion offers a deep dive into blue-chip artists’ works by Christopher Knight, LA Times, 4/28/16
San Francisco Roundup by Jeanne Gerrity, Art Agenda, May 26, 2016
The Sun is Bright in Florida by Elliot J. Reichert, NewCity Chicago, May 26, 2016

Out of the Light, Into the Shadows by Jonathan Griffin, Tate Etc., Spring
Making a Memento: Chicago Artists Group Portrait, 2015, ARTslant NY, June
Too Hard to Keep with text by Ariana Reines, Granta Magazine, 2015
Photos That Are ‘Too Hard to Keep’ by Matthew Leifheit,’VICE Magazine, March
Jason Lazarus, Apogee Journal, June
Artist plus pigeon equals one fine day by Steve Johnson, Chicago Tribune, June
Social media killed nostalgia by Charlotte Lytton, Boston Globe, June 28
Too Hard to Keep by Chul Lee, Photodot South Korea, June

Review: Jason Lazarus by Carmen Winant, Frieze Magazine
Review: Jason Lazarus exhibit at the Nerman Museum thinks beyond the frame, by Alice Thorson,
Kansas City Star
Art 50: Top 50 Chicago’s Artists’ Artists, Jason Lazarus #6, Newcity, Chicago
Review: twohundredfiftysixcolors by Paddy Johnson, ArtFCity
Review: twohundredfiftysixcolors by Jack Smith IV, Betabeat
Review: twohundredfiftysixcolors by SooJin Lee, Afterimage, Vol. 41

Critics Picks, Chicago Works: Jason Lazarus, by Claudine Ise, Artforum
Preview: Jason Lazarus, MCA by Lori Waxman, Artforum
The Best of Canadian Art by Sky Goodden, Blouin Artinfo
Unearthing contemporary art in Chicago and Elmhurst, by Claudine Ise, Chicago Tribune
Jason Lazarus rises to the top of the conceptual art scene by Kyle Macmillan, Chicago Sun-Times
Review: twohundredfiftysixcolors by Joseph Henry, Blouin Artinfo
Best of 2013: Most Memorable Chicago Movie Moments by Jake Malooley, TimeOut Chicago
Three thousand GIFS, two guys, one movie by Aimee Levitt, Chicago Reader

Preview: Jason Lazarus, MCA by Lori Waxman, Artforum, January
Jason Lazarus: Your Time is Gonna Come, includes essays by Michelle Grabner and Barry Blenderman; Illinois State University, Distributed Art Publishers
T.H.T.K. (San Francisco), SF Camerawork, includes an essay by Abigail Solomon-Godeau
T.H.T.K. (Syracuse), LightWork, includes an essay by Shane Lavalette
NIRVANA, Here Press, London

Looking Back, Looking Forward by Jason Foumberg, Frieze.com, December
Episode 381: Chicago Artist Writers by Duncan MacKenzie, Bad at Sports, December
Artist Occupied: JASON LAZARUS by Legacy Russell, Bombsite.com, March
Jason Lazarus Rises at Expo Chicago by Elly Fishman, Chicago Magazine, September
Art 50: Chicago’s Artists’ Artists by Jason Foumberg, NewCity, September
Jason Lazarus by Patrick Putze, FNews Magazine, October

Review: Twice Removed: A Survey of Take Away Works by Zachary Cahill, ArtForum.com, February
Review: Jason Lazarus, Angel Otero take divergent paths by Lori Waxman, Chicago Tribune, October
Review: Jason Lazarus, “The Search” at Andrew Rafacz Gallery, by Robin Dluzen, Art Ltd., November
What Is To Be Done? Conversations, Commerce, and Collaborations, by Tricia Van Eck, Art21.com
Artist collects photographs that are too hard to keep for exhibit, by Elisabeth Parker, St. Petersburg Times, December
Episode 297 interview by Richard Holland/Duncan MacKenzie, BadatSports.com, May
Review: Twice Removed: A Survey of Take Away Works by Zachary Cahill, ArtForum.com, February
Memorial Photographs: An Interview with Jason Lazarus, Caroline Picard, Art 21.com, January
Take my Kodachrome Away by Megan Voeller, Creative Loafing Tampa, November

Photos That Are Too Hard To Keep, by Mito Habe-Evans, The Picture Show/Npr.org. November
Artist Interview, Death Magazine/SightUnseen.com, October
Artist Interview, Jettison Quarterly Magazine, Fall
Artist Interview, Antifoto Magazin, Dusseldorf, Germany, July
Featured Artist, Culturehall, Issue 45, June
Exhibition Catalogue, Fotofest 2010 Biennial, Houston, TX, May
Hadassah Magazine, February/March Vol. 91 No. 4

Review: Gen-X Idealism in Jaded Form: Lazarus, Strauss and Plöger by Marla Seidell, Artslant.com, December
Top 20 Museum Shows, Artnet.com, September
Exhibition Catalogue,_ “ZUGRIFF!” Kuenstlerhaus Dortmund, Germany, May
_Better: 33 Outstanding Artists Emerging After 1999
, by Paddy Johnson, Artfagcity.com, April
Featured Artist, by Paddy Johnson, Artfagcity.com, March
The Collector’s Guide to Emerging Art Photography, Humble Arts Foundation
Review: Bad Moon/Andrew Rafacz Gallery Recommended by Michael Weinstein, New City Chicago, January
Top 10, 2008 by Abraham Ritchie, Artslant.com, January

Review: Bad Moon/Critics Picks, by Michelle Grabner, Art Forum, December
Review: Made in Chicago: Photography from the Bank of America LaSalle Collection, by Abraham Ritchie, Artslant.com, November
Review: The Blackness of Blackness, by Huey Copeland, Art Forum, October
Playing with perceptions of space. by Cate McQuaid, Boston Globe, October
Review: Black Is, Black Ain’t, by Jason Foumberg, Frieze Magazine, July
Once Naked For Nirvana, Now a Teen Spirit, by Chana Joffe-Walt, NPR, July
Review: Critic’s Picks: Black Is, Black Ain’t, by Britany Salsbury, Art Forum, May
Art About Exhibition, by Matt Cunningham, Chicago Public Radio, May
Hijacked Volume One: Australia and America, Big City Press, Australia
Radar Art, Chicago Social Magazine, February

Lyon Biennial, book publication, curated via Hamza Walker (Renaissance Society), Lyon, France
A Field Guide to the North American Family, Garth Risk Hallberg, published by Mark Batty, 2007
About Art: Photographs by Jason Lazarus and Brian Ulrich, by Jesse Stein, Flavorpill.com, May
Artist Interview, Someone’s Garden Magazine, Tokyo, Japan

My Body/Your Body Columbia College 6 x 6 photo book series (including frontispiece)

Breakout Artist of the Year New City Chicago, IL


33 Meditations on Photography, Blackflash Magazine, Issue 33.3, 2016
What is Revolutionary Art Today? Block Museum of Art at Northwestern University, The Left
Front: Radical Art in the “Red Decade” 1929-1940
, Evanston, IL, 2014
Foreword for Summer Lights by Pauline Magnenat by Jason Lazarus, Various Publishing, London, April 2012
Profile: Jan Tichy, Illuminated Demolition by Jason Lazarus, Art Asia Pacific Magazine, July 2011
Review: Shirana Shahbazi at the New Museum by Jason Lazarus, Art Asia Pacific Magazine, May, 2011
The Michael Jackson Memorial Procession: Carving a Sonic Path Through Stratified Spaces by Jason Lazarus and Katie Zien, Journal of Popular Music Studies, March 2011
Review: Gao Lei from Gaza to Beijing by Jason Lazarus, Art Asia Pacific Magazine, September, 2010
Guest Editor, www.iheartphotograph.com, August, 2010
Review: Survey Art by Jason Lazarus, Ten By Ten Magazine, January, 2005
Review: Place Your Face Here by Jason Lazarus, Ten By Ten Magazine, March, 2003