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1989MFA California Institute of the Arts
1981BFA Rhode Island School of Design


2017 Material as Metaphor, Craft and Folk Art Museum, 5814 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA
The Brightsiders, The Pit, 918 Ruberta Avenue, Glendale, CA
Tactile: Function Re-envisioned, Pasadena City College, Pasadena, CA
2016 Miyoshi Barosh, Constance Mallinson, Nan Rae Gallery, Woodbury University, 7500 Glenoaks Blvd., Burbank, CA
2015 When the Sun Hits: Miyoshi Barosh, Channing Hansen, JPW3, Jennie Jieun Lee, Erin Morrison,
The Pit, 918 Ruberta Avenua, Glendale, California
COLA Exhibition, Los Angeles Municipal Gallery at Barnsdall Park, Los Angeles
2014 FEEL BETTER, Luis De Jesus, Los Angeles
BODY CONSCIOUS: Southern California Fiber, Craft in America Center, 8415 West 3rd Street, Los Angeles, CA
Size Really Does Matter, curated by Scott Canty, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery at Barnsdall Park, Los Angeles, CA
2013Women, War, and Industry, curated by Amy Galpin, The San Diego Museum of Art, Balboa Park, San Diego, California
Size Really Does Matter, curated by Scott Canty, Los Angeles Municipal Gallery, Barnsdall Park, Los Angeles
Cheerful and Heroic: Eight Perspectives on the Art of Failure, curated by Lauren Lockhart, Southwestern College Art Gallery,
Chula Vista, California
2012The Small Loop Show, curated by China Adams, Fellows of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
2011The Loop Show, curated by China Adams, The Beacon Building, Los Angeles
We’re Not Here to Waste Time: Nena Amsler, Miyoshi Barosh, and Nava Lubelsky, Luis De Jesus, Los Angeles, Santa Monica, California
2010Group exhibition: Miyoshi Barosh, Lael Corbin, Chris Engman, Tara Giannini, Steve Gibson, Nava Lubelski, and Gail Roberts,
Luis De Jesus Los Angeles, Santa Monica, California
Group exhibition: David Adey, Miyoshi Barosh, Lael Corbin, Steve Gibson, Christopher Russell, Geoffrey Todd-Smith, Jason Sherry,
Luis De Jesus Los Angeles, Santa Monica, California
2009I am the one in the crowd that will make a difference as we march over the past into the future!, New Children’s Museum,
San Diego, California
OBJCT of my confection, OBJCT Gallery, Pomona, California
2008Delirium, Luis De Jesus Seminal Projects, San Diego, California
2007Joe Dark Shadow Theatre, Luis De Jesus Seminal Projects, San Diego, California
Opening Group Exhibition, Luis De Jesus Seminal Projects, San Diego, California
Joe Dark Shadow Theatre, Landers, California
Evidence 11: Earthworks Invitational, Copper Mountain College, Joshua Tree, California
2005Miyoshi Barosh: handmade in the USA, Studio One Eleven, Palm Springs, California
1996Maiden California: Work from the Permanent Collection, Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, California
1993X-Treme Research, curated by Project X - California State University, Los Angeles
Now Time Benefit Show: Honor Blackman’s School of Self-Defense for Women: Promotional Tour, Atlas Bar and Grill, Los Angeles
1992 FAR Bazzzar, curated by Project X - Federal Reserve Bank Building, Los Angeles, California
1989I to Eye, Cirrus Gallery, Los Angeles
L.A.C.E. Annuale, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles
1985Miyoshi Barosh, Sharon Haskell, and Mimi Thompson, Wolf Gallery,  513 East 6th Street, New York
1984Participated in several group art events and performances at Fashion Moda in the Bronx and Danceteria in New York City
1983Small Works National, 1983 - Patterson Sims, juror: Juror’s Award    


2017Ollman, Leah, “Fake Fur, rubber, afghans: Craft museum unfurls some playful surprises in ‘Material as Metaphor’,
Los Angeles Times, 2 Sep 2017.
“COLA 20 Catalog: 20th Anniversary of the City of Los Angeles (COLA) Individual Artist Fellowship Program,” organized by Joe Smoke.
“The Brightsiders,” catalog edition of 300, produced by The Pit in conjunction with Verge Center for the Arts.
2015Pagel, David, "Go it alone ethos guides these works,"Los Angeles Times, 2 Sep 2015.
COLA Exhibition catalog, essay by Carole Ann Klonarides, produced by the Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles.
“When the Sun Hits,” catalog produced by The Pit.
2014Buckley, Annie,"Miyoshi Barosh: Feel Better," Artbound,KCET blog, January 31, 2014.
Wood, Eve, "Killer Pick of the Week," Artillery, January, 2014.
Calder, Diane, "Continuing and Recommended," ArtScene, February, 2014.
2013Kapon, Annetta,“Miyoshi Barosh" ARTISTS ON ARTISTS BOMB, 125/Fall 2013.
2011Buckley, Annie, “Critics’ Picks, Los Angeles,” ARTFORUM, March 28, 2011.
Mizota, Sharon, “Art review: ‘We’re Not Here to Waste Time!’ at Luis De Jesus,” Los Angeles Times, Culture Monster, March 25, 2011.
Simay, Doug, “Current Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions: Doug Simay’s Best Picks,“ simayspace blog, March 21, 2011.
2010Hobson, Rachel, “Fiber art from Miyoshi Barosh,” blog, April 19, 2010.
Preston, Lindsay, “Quick Queries,” Mint Design Blog, April 15, 2010.
“Miyoshi Barosh: Crochet Assemblage Sculpture,”, April 15, 2010.
2008 Pincus, Robert L.,“The Pranksters: Miyoshi Barosh’s works give bad taste a good name,” The San Diego Union-Tribune: Night & Day,
p. 27, April10, 2008.
Matera, Joan, art blog, "Luis De Jesus Seminal Projects at Aqua Art Fair," December 17, 2008.
“around San Diego,” San Diego Home/Garden Lifestyles, March 2008.
2007 Glass, Erin, “ART Y FAQS: The little rabbit journeys through cultures in collapse, December 27, 2007
“Oops, Miyoshi Barosh at Luis De Jesus Seminal Projects/Aqua Art Miami,”, December 13, 2007.
1989 Brown, Betty Ann, “An Eclectic L.A.C.E. Annuale,” ArtWeek, vol. 20, no. 31, September 30, 1989.
1986 BOMB, Spring Issue, cover.
1984 BOMB, Winter Issue, reproduction.
1983 Netsky, Ron, Sunday Democrat and Chronicle, Rochester, New York, November 27, 1983.
Peters, Susan Dodge, City Newspaper, Rochester, New York, December 8, 1983.
1982 BOMB, Winter Issue, reproduction.


2015 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship
City of Los Angeles Individual Artist Fellowship


2014 Artist-in-Resident, Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, Washington
2009 Artist-in-Resident, New Children's Museum, San Diego, California


2015 "Tiny Guides on the Last Adventure: Doll Play in the Works of Jennifer Wynne Reeves," Los Angeles Review of Books, August 21, 2015
1990 “Candida Royale’s Sentimental Sex Education,” X issue, Montage (a publication of Independent Feature Project/West, Ralph Rugoff, editor),
Oct/Nov 1990.


2016 (ongoing) Contributing Editor, BOMB Magazine
2016“Sculpture Society Express,” Art Center College of Design, Pasadena
Visiting Artist, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Fiber Arts Dept., Chicago
2014 Visiting Artist, Pasadena City College
2013 Visiting Artist, Otis College of Art and Design
2012 Visiting Artist, California State University San Bernardino
2009 Visiting Artist, University of California Riverside
2002 Foundation Drawing, Design & Technology Department, Parsons School of Design, New York
1995 The Picturesque Garden and the Development of Social Space: Disneyland to Rodeo Drive,talk at the Los Angeles Forum for Architecture
and Urban Design at Schindler’s King’s Road house (now the MAK Center).
1994 Modern Art History: David to Duchamp, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, California.


1992-1996 Founder, Editor, and Co-publisher with A.R.T. Press of NOW TIME.
1990-1995 Editor, A.R.T. Press. Worked on book-length interviews with mid-career artists Vija Celmins, Felix Gonzales-Torres,
and Mike Kelley.
1989-1990 Managing Editor, Montage, a non-profit independent film magazine published by the Independent Feature Project/West,
Ralph Rugoff, editor. Also contributed an article on “feminist pornographer” Candida Royalle for the “X” issue.

1983-1986 Managing Editor, BOMB magazine.


1996Veronique, Vienne, Los Angeles Times: Life & Style, September 5, 1996.
Walton, Roger, editor, Typographics 2: Cybertype.
1994Burdick, Anne, “A Sense of Rupture,” Eye, Autumn 1994, no. 14, vol. 4.
1993Poyner, Rick, The Graphic Eye: An Experimental Graphic Design Survey.
1992“New and Notable,” ID Magazine, September/October 1992.


1996British Design and Art Direction