faculty
Jade Doskow
faculty

Jade Doskow

New York-based large-format architectural and landscape photographer Jade Doskow is known for her rigorously composed and eerily poetic images that examine the intersection of people, nature, and time. Doskow's work has been widely exhibited and reviewed, including Elle Decor Italia, Newsweek Japan, Dezeen, Slate, Smithsonian, and Wired, just to name a few. Doskow is best known for her long-term body of work Lost Utopias; the 2016 monograph of this project was named by American Photo as one of the top photo books of the year. Recent exhibitions include at Cornell University's John Hartell Gallery in Ithaca and Future-Isms at Glass Box Gallery in Seattle. Doskow's work is represented by Front Room Gallery in New York and Tracey Morgan Gallery in Asheville; solo exhibitions of Lost Utopias will be presented at both galleries in spring 2018.

Doskow holds a BA from New York University and an MFA in Photography from the School of Visual Arts. She is on the faculty of both the International Center of Photography and the School of Visual Arts.



Photo: Ports Bishop