Jonas St. Juste (b. 1995) is an art photographer born and tied to Harlem, and currently based in New York City.
Initially coming from an anthropology & sociology background, Jonas’s focus has been on urban wilderness.
He primarily photographs unpeopled spaces, and uses those moments to reflect on his feelings of escaping the city and bridging a relationship with the culture of the Lenape peoples, whose ancestral land makes up the city.
Select Group Exhibitions
Memory + Healing + Sustainability, West Harlem Arts, New York, NY
Cat Daddy, AHA Fine Art, New York, NY
What’s Your Black?, Heath Gallery, New York, NY
Behind the Lens, Fable Jones Studios, New York, NY
Black Gold, Fable Jones Studio, New York, NY
Harmonize, Fable Jones Studio, New York, NY
Structured Spaces, Dōdōmu Gallery, New York, NY
Resilience, West Harlem Arts, New York, NY
Open Ended, Fable Jones Studios, New York, NY
Art of Water V, James May Gallery, Algoma, WI
Transcend, Fable Jones Studios, New York, NY
Heather B. Mattera Opportunity Scholarship by StrudelmediaLive
“Vol. IV”, Color Tag Magazine, Issue #4, print, Jan. 14, 2022
Artist Feature. NYC Photo Community, Issue 88, online, Sept. 17, 2021
Documenting Urban Change, West Harlem Arts, New York, NY