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Athena LaTocha profiled by The New York Times about her exhibitions at BRIC, Brooklyn, MoMA PS1, and the Visual Art Center, NJ.

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11.25.2021

JDJ is thrilled to be exhibiting at NADA Miami 2021. The centerpiece of the booth will be a wallpaper installation by Barrow Parke designed around a selection of work by the gallery’s artists.

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11.21.2021

JDJ’s debut participation in Dallas Art Fair brings together the work of five gallery artists who use abstraction to reveal new ways of seeing the world.

11.11.2021

Congratulations to Athena LaTocha, who will be included in Greater New York at MoMA PS1!

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07.22.2021

Family Business is an Artnet Editor's Pick.

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07.01.2021

Our inaugural exhibition at JDJ Tribeca is a celebration of the gallery’s artists, friends, and collaborators—the people who have played an important role in the gallery’s beginnings, its development over the past three years at The Ice House in Garrison, NY, and its future.

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07.01.2021

Review: Noel W. Anderson | 'Reflec/x/tion of a Black Cat Bone' at JDJ Gallery in Flaunt Magazine.

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06.24.2021

JDJ NYC opens June 26! JDJ is thrilled to open a second location of the gallery, in New York. The gallery is located at 373 Broadway, B11, on the second floor of the building. Our inaugural exhibition will open on Saturday, June 26.

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06.15.2021

Assembled in a mere four months, pivoting off an important national event, the Speed Museum offers a new, relevant model for aging institutions.

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06.15.2021

Article: Stephanie Wolf for NPR. 'Filled With Her Spirit,' A Louisville Art Exhibition Honors Breonna Taylor.

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06.15.2021

Noel W. Anderson in The Brooklyn Rail. Anderson sat down for a live online conversation with the Brooklyn Rail as part of its New Social Environment series.

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02.09.2020

Essay: Beyond this Point, Promise is Demanded by Noel W. Anderson. It began with a reflection. A dream? Peering into the shadow of the past, we witness a 16-year-old Black male teenager seeking something beyond the available, or at least what he thought possible for himself.

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06.15.2021