Help @60 Artist Jade Doskow Achieve Her Goal

Jade Doskow's long-term photography project depicting the past-utopian remains of architecture at international World's Fair sites (which she first began in 2007) has been receiving some wonderful press and was recently featured: on the cover of the Italian magazine Focus Italia; in the pages of Wired; on NPR; and in the upcoming fall issue of Preservation magazine (the official publication of the National Trust for Historic Preservation).

Now Jade is working toward an important goal: completion of the iconic North American sites (such as Seattle's Space Needle and San Francisco's Treasure Island) in time for the 50-year anniversary of the 1964 World's Fair in New York. Jade will be publicly debuting this body of work for the first time for this anniversary, and it is important that she makes the project deadline. In order to achieve that goal, she needs your help, please support Jade in her endeavor by donating to her kickstarter program here:

Pictured is Jade Doskow's Paris 1889 / 1937 World's Fairs, "Exposition Universelle / La Vie Moderne," Eiffel Tower, Trocadero, and Plalais De Chaillot