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.

10-14-2022 12:25 pm Lecture

Abby and Howard Milstein Auditorium, Milstein Hall

More information:

10-14-2022 - Official opening reception for Freshkills exhibition at Cornell University

October 14, 2022 5:00 p.m.

John Hartell Gallery, Sibley Dome

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

October 27 - Bronx Documentary Center Benefit Auction - You can bid on a photograph from my Freshkills project or other fantastic and important pieces of photography at the BDC’s annual auction:


︎ 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

︎Now live on youtube: Freshkills: A New Concept of Wilderness, sponsored by Cornell University
CAPE (Cornell Academics & Professors Emeriti)

︎ April 7 - Artist talk with the writer Cal Flyn for the Centre for Sustainable Curating, discussing Lost Utopias and Freshkills

︎March 15 - Film screening of the documentary ‘Jade Doskow, Photographer of Lost Utopias’ with a panel discussion between Jade Doskow, Andrew Moore, and Philip Shane at the School of Visual Arts / MFA Photo Department

︎March 6,  2022 - New York Times ‘Everybody Loves Red Hook - Or So They Say’ Sunday Metro Section - a three-page photo essay on the changing nature of Red Hook, Brooklyn, as seen through my photographs taken during the 13 years I lived there (and then some).

︎February / March 2022 - New York Times Sunday Metro Section - look out for a two-page photo essay on the changing nature of Red Hook, Brooklyn, as seen through my photographs taken during the 13 years I lived there (and then some).

︎March 10 - Freshkills artist talk for Cornell University CAPE (Cornell Association of Professors Emeriti) lecture series

2022 January - VQR Winter 2021-2022 Issue (Print and web) ‘A Wilderness Engineered’ 20-page printed Freshkills portfolio with writing by Cal Flyn 

2022 January and 2021 October - Urban Omnibus / Architectural League of New York - two commission/ collaborations studying the impact of the Exxon oil spill damage to the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn and the environmental stewardship projects taken since with GCEF funding:
Seed Money 
Learning Environment 

2022 January - Sam Sifton referenced the Freshkills work in his ‘New York Times - What to Cook this Week’ column.

2021 Fall - The film ‘Jade Doskow, Photographer of Lost Utopias’ premiered  at the International Center of Photography in New York (October 2021) and the Asheville Art Museum (September 2021). 

2021 Fall - The first solo exhibition of the Freshkills project was on view at the Tracey Morgan Gallery in Asheville, NC from September 17 - October 30, 2021. 

Two Podcasts - 2021 Fall and Winter:
︎Darts & Letters “Ep. 47: Lost Utopias: A History of World’s Fairs (Ft. Rob Rydell, Jade Doskow & Jennifer Slack)”
︎artisans & trade “Developing Longterm Projects & A Career in Photography”