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SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2017 Installation: some velvet mourning., The Bean Cooper Union, New York City, NY, USA

2014 Exhibition: アウトサイダー / OUTSIDER, Gallery Hana Shimokitizawa, Tokyo, Japan


GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2016 Exhibition: Benefit For Girshil, Ideal Glass Gallery, New York City, NY, USA

2014 Exhibition: #occupycommonground, Openings Collective, New York City, NY, USA

2014 Exhibition: Liberalis, Novella Gallery, New York City, NY, USA

2013 Exhibition: Our Lower East Side Group Show, The Yard, New York City, NY USA

2013 Exhibition: 1.) All Of The Above, Openings Collective, New York City, NY, USA

2012 Exhibition: Art, Music, Success Charity Exhibition, East Village Pop-up Gallery, New York City, NY, USA

SELECT PRINT & ONLINE PUBLICATIONS


2018: Linklens Magazine: Where I End & You Begin; Linklens Inc., Paris, France

2018: Linklens Magazine: Reality is Suspect; Linklens Inc., Paris, France

2017: Quiet Lunch Magazine No. 4: Willard Morgan’s Vestiphobia; Quiet Lunch LLC, New York City, USA

2017: Theater Is Easy: Brilliant Traces; Theasy Inc., New York City, USA

2017: Arts Independent: A Moment With The Woolgatherer’s Mike Keller, Christina Toth; Directed by Chazz Palmenteri; New York City, USA

2016: Gothamist Films: Meet Ray of Ray’s Candy Store: An East Village Institution; Gothamist, New York, USA

2015: Misfit Quarterly #2; Misfit Press, USA

2015: Chris Riffle: Out of Town LP Cover; New York City, USA

2014: Basquiat and The Bayou by Franklin Sirmans; Prestel Publishing/Random House, USA

2014: East Village Architecture Report; Greenwich Village Historical Preservation Society of New York, USA

2014: In The Night Count The Stars: An Uncommon Anthology; Bittersweet Editions, New York, USA

2012: Blogging Shakespeare; Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Stratford on Avon, UK

2011: Photo Essay: Viewfinder | jdx; The New York Times, USA

2011: Adventures In Hipstaland: jdx's Lower East Side; Hipstamatic, USA


STILLS PHOTOGRAPHY

2018: Young Shadows; Starring Megan DeCino & Desmond Confoy; Directed by Nicholas Motyka

2017: Brilliant Traces; Starring Faust Checho & Lisa Fernandez; Directed by David Newer

2017: The Woolgatherer; Starring Mike Keller & Christina Toth; Directed by Chazz Palmenteri

2017: Vestiphobia; Starring Willard Morgan; Directed by Steve Fagin


HYPERLOCAL PHOTOJOURNALISM & REPORTAGE

16 January 2019: East Village Grieve; “Tree-mendous fire wipes out remains of the holiday season in 4th Street pile”

25 April 2018: East Village Grieve; “Wednesday’s parting shot”

9 January 2017: East Village Grieve; “Monday’s parting shot (Saturday edition)”

5 August 2016: LuxLit; “Featured Photo of The Day: ‘cyclone.’”

2 July 2016: LuxLit; “Featured Photo of The Day: ‘stations of the cross.’”

3 June 2016: The Lo-Down; “Good Morning! 6.3.2016”

24 December 2015: East Village Grieve; “Cruise control”

17 December 2015: The Lo-Down; “Good Morning! 12.17.2015”

19 November 2015: The Lo-Down; “Good Morning! 11.19.2015”

16 October 2015: East Village Grieve; “A post with a view”

28 September 2015: The Lo-Down; “Good Morning! 9.28.2015”

28 March 2015: The Lo-Down; “Saturday Update: Building Explosion on 2nd Avenue”

27 March 2015: Gawker; “Two Missing in Still-Burning Rubble of East Village Building Explosion”

27 March 2015: East Village Grieve; “The view of 2nd Avenue and East 7th Street this morning”

28 January 2015: East Village Grieve; “At Ray’s Candy Store, Ray celebrates a birthday with another burlesque extravaganza”

1 January 2015: East Village Grieve; “A WINNING way to start 2015!”

20 November 2014: East Village Grieve; “Let's buy this building! 190 Bowery apparently back on the market"

9 October 2014: East Village Grieve; “EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning Edition, 10.9.2014”

1 September 2014: East Village Grieve; “EV Grieve: Things we did last summer”

20 August 2014: East Village Grieve; “#HandsUp #TurnUp rally winding through the East Village”

16 July 2014: East Village Grieve; “EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning Edition, 7.16.2014”

21 May 2014: East Village Grieve; “A boomtown rat”

30 March 2014: East Village Grieve; “Week in Grieview 3.30.2014”

7 March 2014: East Village Grieve; “Speaking of views…”

22 February 2014: East Village Grieve; “Today, 2.22.2014”

26 January 2014: East Village Grieve; “Week in Grieview 1.26.2014”

14 January 2014: East Village Grieve; “EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning Edition, 1.14.2014”

3 January 2014: East Village Grieve; “The year in East Village photos 2013”

18 October 2013: “‘Our Lower East Side’ Exhibition Artists Announced”

12 October 2013: East Village Grieve; “The Latest Banksy is on East 7th Street”

5 October 2013: East Village Grieve; “Banksy’s mobile garden draws a crowd on St. Mark’s Place”

16 August 2013: East Village Grieve; “A view of the Village View”

31 July 2013: The Lo-Down; “Good Morning! 7.31.2013”

21 April 2013: East Village Grieve; “Early-morning fire at 116 E. Fourth St., home of Mono + Mono”

19 April 2013: East Village Grieve; “Pyramid scheme”

9 April 2013: East Village Grieve; “Tree of life”

21 March 2013: Bowery Boogie; “Sneak Peek Inside ‘Bobby’s’ at 141 Chrystie Street”

26 February 2013: East Village Grieve; “Noir moon”

13 February 2013: East Village Grieve; “The warmth of the (winter) sun”

18 December 2012: East Village Grieve; “Check out ‘Portal 0’ in the East Village”

11 September 2012: East Village Grieve; “Downtown, Sept. 11, 2012, 8:35 p.m.”

10 August 2012: East Village Grieve; “East Village Gallows”

12 June 2012: East Village Grieve; “The Bean’s First Avenue location opens Thursday”

26 March 2012; The Lo-Down; “Good Morning! 3.26.2012”

24 March 2012: East Village Grieve; “Mast at dawn”

14 March 2012: East Village Grieve; “To The Seat With The Clearest View”

14 February 2012: East Village Grieve; “Heeeeere’s Your First Avenue Starbucks…”

28 February 2012: The Lo-Down; “Good Morning! 2.28.2013”

28 February 2012: East Village Grieve; “$1 drinks tomorrow for Customer Appreciation Day”

31 January 2012: The Lo-Down; “Good Morning! 1.31.2012”

24 January 2012: East Village Grieve; “Our Town”

12 January 2012: The Lo-Down; “Hanksy on Stanton Street”

3 January 2012: East Village Grieve; “And now your new East Village Starbucks”

2 December 2011: East Village Grieve; “Inside the new Bean on Second Avenue”

7 December 2011: East Village Grieve; “The East Village rolls out welcome wagon for new Starbucks”

8 November 2011: East Village Grieve; “Epic Faile”

25 October 2011: The Lo-Down; “Lower East Side Art Above Stanton Street”

15 October 2011: East Village Grieve; “Tompkins Square Park, 1:57 p.m., Oct 15”

7 October 2011: East Village Grieve; “Tomorrow: Concert in Tompkins Square Park, memorial for Bob Arihood”

20 September 2011: East Village Grieve; “The Bean debuts ‘fully stocked’ food truck tomorrow on First Avenue”

11 September 2011: The New York Times, Local East Village; “Hear The Raw Reactions of New Yorkers in the Days Following 9/11”

24 August 2011: East Village Grieve; “The Bean will be crazy landlord’s new tenant”

25 August 2011: East Village Grieve; “The Bean is now open on Broadway and 12th Street”

2 August 2011: East Village Grieve; “First look at the opening night party for the BMW Guggenheim Lab thing”

11 July 2011: East Village Grieve; “At the Second Line March tonight for d.b.a.’s Ray Deter”

21 June 2011: East Village Grieve; “People are now Making Music”

8 June 2011: East Village Grieve; “Hot Town”

26 June 2011: East Village Grieve; “Crew members filming Tom Hanks movie”

6 June 2011: The New York Times, Local East Village; “Images of the Howl! Festival”

2 May 2011: The New York Times, Local East Village; “As News Spreads Locals React Online”

26 April 2011: The New York Times, Local East Village; “East Village Tweets”

28 March 2011: The New York Times, Local East Village; “Street Scenes | The Golden Age”

22 March 2011: The New York Times, Local East Village; “Street Scenes | Relic”

22 March 2011: Bowery Boogie; “KATSU Hacks Lower East Side Phonebooths”

21 March 2011: East Village Grieve; “Nike knows I’m miserable now”

25 February 2011: The New York Times, Local East Village; “Viewfinder | jdx”

21 February 2011: The New York Times, Local East Village; “The Day | A Grim Discovery”

13 February 2011: The New York Times, Local East Village; “Take Heart: Valentine’s Day Doesn’t Have to Be Boring”

1 February 2011: East Village Grieve; “At Ray’s, a Coke and a smile — big smiles”

17 February 2011: East Village Grieve; “And so, 24 hours and $24,784.50 later: The Bean has reopened”

12 January 2011: East Village Grieve; “Surviving the Great Storm of 1-11-11

21 January 2011: East Village Grieve; “EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning Edition 1.21.201”

26 December 2010: East Village Grieve; “Winter wonderland”

22 December 2010: East Village Grieve; “More photos from tonight’s First Avenue fire”

22 December 2010: East Village Grieve; “High Noon on Avenue A”

10 December 2010: East Village Grieve; “Sunshine on a gloomy day”

7 November 2010: East Village Grive: “EV Grieve Etc.: Mourning Edition 11.8.2010”

11 November 2010: East Village Grieve; “Ageloff Towers fire update”

13 October 2010: East Village Grieve; “The New East Village Colossus”


BIBLIOGRAPHY

14 July 2015: Stylemag, Berlin; “Artwork of the day: JDX ‘Six Trees’” by Editors

1 April 2015: Sleek Art, Berlin; “Introducing Photographer jdx: Meet the Man with the Maths” by Staff

24 November 2014: The Impossible Project Blog; “Exhibition Focus: アウトサイダー / OUTSIDER.” by Amy Heaton

23 October 2013: The New York Press; “Lower Art Side” by Daniel Fitzsimmons

3 March 2011: The New York Times, Local East Village; “Your Voices | The Photography of jdx” by Staff


WORKSHOPS

September 2018: Magnum Photos Professional Practice: What It Means To Be Here with Antoine D’Agata; Brooklyn, NY

March 2017: Magnum Photos Professional Practice: New York City with Peter van Agtmael, Elisabeth Biondi, Liza Faktor, Olivier Laurent; New York, NY

January 2017: Magnum Photos Professional Practice: Long Term Photographic Projects with Matt Black, Shannon Simon, Jacqueline Bates, Leo Jung, Judy Walgren; San Francisco, CA