faculty
Jade Doskow
faculty

Jade Doskow

Architectural and landscape photographer Jade Doskow is known for her rigorously composed and eerily poetic images that examine the intersection of people, architecture, nature, and time. Based in New York, Doskow holds a BA from New York University and an MFA in Photography from the School of Visual Arts. Doskow’s work includes Lost Utopias---a decade-long photography project on the remaining architecture, art, and landscaping of international world’s fairs---as well as long-term projects examining the waterfront neighborhood of Red Hook, Brooklyn; the architecture of activist buildings such as ABC No Rio in New York; and numerous private commissions of some of NYC’s greatest skyscrapers. A monograph of Lost Utopias was published by Black Dog London in December 2016, and listed by American Photo as one of the top 50 photo books of the year. Doskow was one of 50 women artists featured in the 2018 October book publication 50 Contemporary Women Artists: Groundbreaking Art from 1960 to the Present. She is on the photography faculty of the School of Visual Arts and International Center of Photography. Her photographs haven been featured and reviewed internationally, including Photograph, Elle Décor Italia, Architect, Wired, Musée Mag, Smithsonian, Slate, and Newsweek Japan. Doskow is represented by Front Room Gallery in New York and Tracey Morgan Gallery in Asheville. Doskow is currently an Artistic Partner in Photography of Freshkills Park in collaboration with the New York City Parks and Sanitation departments.