PTC’s Digital Art(Net)work Presents:
Jade Doskow: Highlighted from 8/15 – 9/15, 2014
Architectural and landscape photographer Jade Doskow (b. 1978) is known for her rigorously composed and eerily poetic images that examine the intersection of man, nature, and time. Based in New York,she holds a BA in Philosophy of Art and Music from New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study and an MFA in Photography & Video from the School of Visual Arts. She is currently on the photography faculty of the School of Visual Arts, International Center of Photography, and City University of New York, and was named by American Photo as ‘One to Watch’ in 2013. Doskow’s work—which has been exhibited internationally—focuses on the complex and often contradictory relationship between utopian architecture and the ever-changing environment around it, which she captures with a large-format 4×5 camera. She is currently working on completion of Phase I: North America of a long- term project exploring the remaining architecture and landscaping of past world’s fair sites. Doskow’s first major New York exhibition of the project, titled Lost Utopias just closed in June 2014, curated by Kipton Cronkite at Onishi Project. Doskow’s Lost Utopias has received press internationally and on the web, featured in The Atlantic / Citylab, American Photo, Design Arts Daily, the New York Observer, NPR Picture Show, ArchDaily, and Wired, among numerous other publications. Doskow is a contributor to the prestigious Esto archive of architectural photography. She is currently working with the award-winning filmmaker Philip Shane, who is creating a documentary about her and the world’s fair project, slated for completion in 2015. She is represented on the East Coast by Kipton Cronkite in New York and on the West by Wall Space Gallery in Santa Barbara, CA.
Jade Doskow Studio
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