Elena Loson was born in Rosario, Argentina, in 1980. She has a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Palermo (Buenos Aires, Argentina) and a Masters in Art specializing in Visual Arts from the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. She earned a Bachelor of Art degree in Philosophy from the University of Buenos Aires, and the title of National Teacher at Prilidiano Pueyrredón School of Fine Arts (Buenos Aires, Argentina). She attended workshops by artists Tulio de Sagastizábal, Carolina Antoniadis and Tomás Fracchia.

She lives in Santiago de Chile, where, in addition to working as a visual artist, she is a freelance writer who analyzes contemporary art, and she is also responsible for the educational design of the workshop in contemporary art, creative processes and Nube education.

She has presented the following individual exhibitions: Fondo-Fondo, Hache Gallery, Buenos Aires (2016); Eres Polvo, Esteban Lisa Foundation, Buenos Aires (2015); Figuritas de acción, Central de Proyectos Gallery, Buenos Aires (2012); Sobre la pintura, Juana de Arco Gallery, Buenos Aires (2007); Gris como mi fuente, La Casona de los Olivera, Buenos Aires (2005); ¿Cuál es tu
 color?, Juana de Arco Gallery, Buenos Aires (2004).

She has been selected to participate in the Versus/Caja negra artes visuales Residence Project along with Italian artist Elena Bellantoni, Santiago (2012).

Her collective exhibitions include: Imágenes de la distopía, Colección José Luis Lorenzo, curated by Carina Cagnolo, Espacio Colón, Córdoba (2017); Lo firme en el centro encuentra correspondencia, Hache Gallery (2017); Has llorado, en silencio, curated by Carlos Herrera, Hache Gallery (2016); Páramo, Hache en Guerrero Art Station, Buenos Aires (2014); Huellas en el barro - Descifrando rastros, Elena Loson, Fernando Goin and Pablo Guiot, curated by María Lightowler, Pasaje 17 Gallery, Buenos Aires (2014); Selected in the Call Pequeño Formato, Bisagra Contemporary Art Gallery, Buenos Aires (2013), Invitados a tomar el té, Elena Loson and Sofía Donovan, Sala Blanca Centro de Extensión Pontifical Catholic University, Santiago de Chile, (2012); Artistas Argentinas en Chile, Residence of the Argentine Embassy, Santiago de Chile (2011); Revista Ramona, Edición Ramona Intervenida por artistas, Exhibition and Auction at MALBA Museum of Latin American Art, Buenos Aires (2005).

In addition, she participated in the following Art Fairs: arteBA, Hache Gallery (2017);  BA Photo, Solo Project Hache Gallery (2016); Mercado de Arte, Hache Gallery, Córdoba (2016); ArtLima, Hache Gallery, Lima (2015); arteBA, Barrio Joven, Central de Proyectos, Buenos Aires (2013); Expotrastiendas, Central de Proyectos, Buenos Aires (2011); Poética móvil, Contemporary Art Fair in Patagonia, Central de Proyectos, Puerto Madryn, Argentina (2010); arteBA, Barrio Joven, Juana de Arco, Buenos Aires (2007-2005); Periférica, Arte de Base, Juana de Arco, Buenos Aires (2006).

Some of the awards she received are the Magna Cum Laude Award granted by the University of Palermo (2007), the Scholarship to Academic Excellence granted twice by the Master of the Catholic University of Chile (2008-2009) and the Cruce de los Andes Award granted by the Embassy of Argentina in Chile in recognition of the contribution made to cultural integration between both countries (2011). She is the author of La Pintura que se sabe pensada ó comentario acerca de la relación entre pensamiento dirigido y acto creador, for the book Pintura chilena contemporánea (práctica y desplazamientos disciplinares desde la Escuela de Arte UC), Catholic University Editions 2015.