Jasmine Justice exhibits her art in her home city Berlin, as well as internationally. She recently had her fourth solo exhibition at 65grand Chicago, and has also shown at Scotty Enterprises and Kienzle Art Foundation in Berlin, Städtische Galerie Waldkraiburg Bavaria, A271 Düsseldorf, CUE Art Foundation New York, The Brandenburgischer Kunstverein Potsdam, W139 Amsterdam, T66 Freiburg, Kornhäuschen Aschaffenburg, Polarraum Hamburg, Night Gallery at Economy Projects Frankfurt, Riverside Art Museum Riverside, Bronx Museum Bronx, Artists Space NY, and many more. Historical research, education, and community outreach are also part of Justice’s everyday life. Since 2016, she’s conducted tours in the museums and streets of Berlin, focusing on the Bauhaus, Postwar, and 21st-century art, architecture, and design. She provides artist coaching and workshops throughout Europe, Istanbul, and the United States––in institutes such as the BBK Berlin, L’Institut Supérieur des arts de Toulouse, TU Technische Universität, Dortmund, and Rutgers University. Justice holds a B.A. in Cross Disciplinary Visual Studies and a B.F.A. in Printmaking from the University of Washington––as well as a M.F.A. in Visual Art from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers. Additionally, she loves to organize and co-organize exhibitions whenever and wherever she can.