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).
Masks and vaccinations are required in order to prevent the transmission of Covid-19. We kindly ask that you reschedule your visit if you are not feeling well.