JDJ is a contemporary art program created by Jayne Drost Johnson that highlights artists who embody a range of artistic practices and sociopolitical perspectives. The Ice House, a former industrial building in Garrison, NY, built in the 1920s, sits within a compound of structures once occupied by the staff and laborers who maintained an estate on the Hudson River.
The Ice House is within minutes of several contemporary art museums, including Manitoga / The Russel Wright Design Center, Dia:Beacon, Magazzino Italian Art, & Storm King Art Center.
It takes approximately one hour and fifteen minutes from New York City by car or train (Metro North Hudson line to Manitou or Garrison). We are open by appointment. Please get in touch to plan a visit.
The following safety measures are in place in accordance with New York State guidelines:
We can accommodate a maximum of five people inside the gallery at a time. Face masks are required for the duration of your visit, and hand sanitizer will be available for your use. Windows and doors will be open for maximum air circulation, and we will be sanitizing surfaces between appointments. We kindly ask that you respect social distancing guidelines, maintaining a distance of at least six feet from others, and that you reschedule your visit if you are not feeling well.