NEWS AND UPCOMING EVENTS!
︎October 14th - Official opening reception for Freshkills exhibition at Cornell University
︎October 14th - Symposium artist talk on Freshkills at Cornell
︎October 9 - November 4th, 2022: Freshkills exhibition at Cornell University and part of the Cornell Bienale, ‘Futurities, Uncertain’.
︎Artist’s page as part of the Bienale here
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
︎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:
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”