Jade Doskow, The Lot (Feelings of Expansiveness #1)
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Jade Doskow

The Lot (Feelings of Expansiveness #1), Red Hook, Brooklyn, 2011
From the Red Hook series
Website - JadeDoskowPhotography.com

Jade Doskow is a New York-based photographer and professor. She is on the faculty of the School of Visual Arts and City University of New York, where she teaches architectural and digital photography. She is a photo-blogger for the Huffington Post and has exhibited her work widely. Her work has been featured on WIRED, NPR, and the New Yorker Photo Booth. Her large format photography examines the visual paradox between utopian architecture and its unpredictable current environment.

Posted on Friday, August 5, 2011.

 

 

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