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 gallery has two locations: in Tribeca, and at the Ice House, a former industrial building in Garrison, NY, built in the early 1900s. 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.
JDJ Tribeca: A/C/E/N/R/Q/6 to Canal Street, and a short walk from there to 373 Broadway. The gallery is on the second floor of the building and is handicap accessible.
JDJ the Ice House: It takes approximately one hour and fifteen minutes from New York City by car or train (Metro North Hudson line to Manitou or Garrison).
Please wear a mask if you are not vaccinated from Covid-19. We kindly ask that you reschedule your visit if you are not feeling well.