New York Times: How Five Neighborhoods are Struggling with Climate Change’  May 12, 2024 Writing by Hilary Howard Photography by Jade Doskow

‘Art at Work: Sanitation and Social Practice’ - May 4 - 30, 2024
All Street Gallery is pleased to present Art at Work, a group exhibition
celebrating public sanitation art, featuring Lily Cox-Richard, Jade Doskow, Brian Hutsebout, Kimberly Lakin, sTo Len, Hilary Pfeifer, Francesca Pfister, Slinko, Mike Suri and Mierle Laderman Ukeles. The show brings together for the first time works made by artists-in-residence at municipal sanitation departments and waste facilities in four different U.S. cities—New York, San Francisco, Philadelphia and Portland, OR—between 2000 and 2020. Art at Work will be on view from May 4 - May 30, 2024 at All Street’s Chinatown location, 119 Hester Street. The opening reception will take place on Saturday, May 4, from 6 - 9 pm.

Artist Talk: International Center of Photography - April 17, 2024

"Reuse: City as Canvas"
From ICP: Join us as Jade Doskow, ICP faculty member and Photographer-in-Residence of Freshkills Park, NYC, is joined in conversation in the ICP Library by choreographer Kathy Westwater, NYC Department of Sanitation Archivist and records manager, Maggie Lee, and Dennis Diggins, the former Department of Sanitation First Deputy Commissioner of New York City, NYC Sanitation Department for a conversation centered on how artists engage and document undervalued and reclaimed city land. Special remarks will be played from Mierle Laderman Ukeles.

Artist Talk: Center for Photography at Woodstock - April 25, 2024
"Meet the Artist with Jade Doskow"

Join me up in Kingston at the wonderful Center for Photography at Woodstock where I will be sharing a selection of Freshkills work as well as discussing the relationship between this project and my recent environmental photojournalism with the New York Times.

Harvard Journal Article: 
Harnessing Photography as a Force for Social Impact: The Transformation of NYC's Freshkills from Largest Waste Landfill to Utopian Wilderness: Q&A with Jade Doskow, Photographer-in-Residence
These last few months I worked with the writer and scholar Sandy Kresch on a wonderful interview and feature in the Harvard Journal Advanced Leadership Initiative / Social Impact Review on my partnership with Freshkills and the public presentations and conversations that have resulted from the work over the last few years. This project is ever-evolving and in this article we present just how multi-faceted both the site and the photographic archive are and continue to be.

New York Times: Snakes, Spores & Sewage: Life in a Neighborhood Known as ‘The Hole’
For this environmental piece, I again partnered with the climate writer Hilary Howard to describe the challenges faced by residents of a vulnerable New York neighborhood.

Photoville with Alice Austen House - June 3 - 23
Victoria Munro, Excecutive Director of the wonderful Alice Austen House Museum, has curated my Freshkills work into the annual Photoville Photography Festival. 
And on the Photoville site:

New York, New Publics - through July 29, 2023
Museum of Modern Art, New York
Two photographs from the Freshkills work on view with Field Operations / Freshkills

Altruistic Genius: Buckminster Fuller and his Plans to Save the Planet
Asheville Art Museum, Asheville, North Carolina
From the Lost Utopias series, the photograph Buckminster Fuller’s Geodesic Dome is on view.

Triennial/ Ecologies - through May 27, 2023
Alice Austen House Museum, Staten Island, New York
Several Freshkills photographs are on view as well as a sound and image collaboration with the electronic composer Heather Campanelli

Upcoming Exhibitions and Events:
APRIL 13 -AUGUST 21, 2023 - Altruistic Genius: Buckminster Fuller's Plans to Save the Planet
Asheville Art Museum, Asheville, NC
The photograph from the Lost Utopias series Montréal 1967 World's Fair, "Man and his World," Buckminster Fuller's Geodesic Dome with Solar Experimental House will be on view as part of this fantastic exhibition celebrating Fuller's legacy.

MAY 20 - Screening and Q&A: Jade Doskow, Photographer of Lost Utopias
Alice Austen House Museum, Staten Island, New York

January 19, 2023 at the International Center of Photography: Film screening of
‘Jade Doskow, Photographer of Lost Utopias’ info click here
January 24, 2023  - Panel discussion for exhibition ‘ In the Wake’ with Munipal Arts Society

DECEMBER 9 - Freshkills on Weltspiegel / ARD Germany

NOVEMBER 8 - Cornell Freshkills lecture now viewable on Youtube as part of the Future Cities Colloquium


October 29 - Online “Five Ways to Prevent the Next Sandy
October 30 - In print - Metro section - “Will New York Be Ready for the Next Time?”

OCTOBER 27 - Jade Doskow in conversation with Tyler Green on Modern Art Notes Podcast

October 10 - November 4, 2022
FRESHKILLS: Solo exhibition
as part of the Cornell Biennial Futurities, Uncertain at Cornell University
with a Special musical score by Heather Campanelli :

Organized by the Just Places Lab with support from the Clarence S. Stein Institute for Urban and Landscape Studies, Cornell Council for the Arts, and the Department of City and Regional Planning.

OCTOBER 14, 2022, 5:00 - 7:00 PM - OPENING RECEPTION - John Hartell Gallery, Sibley Dome

OCTOBER 14, 2022, 12:25 PM - LECTURE
- Abby and Howard Milstein Auditorium, Milstein Hall

Links to exhibition here:
︎Cornell Biennial Artist Page
︎Just Places - Opening Reception/ Symposium
︎Architecture Art & Planning

︎ September 8-12, 2022 ‘Nudes, Palais de Tokyo,’ on view in the Spring Break Art Fair with Gentle Giant Projects

︎ May 4 - Artist talk for the members of Professional Women Photographers

︎March 5 to May 15, 2022 - Two photographs from the ‘Lost Utopias’ series will be on view at the Museum London as part of the exhibition From Remote Stars: Buckminster Fuller, London, and Speculative Futures