Philly native DonChristian Jones is a New York based, visual artist, rapper, singer/songwriter, and producer. His work spans musical and time based performance, rap mixtapes, video and public murals, blending genres of painting and hip hop, referencing classical and contemporary styles. Much of his work today is informed by his time spent painting murals on Rikers Island with youth inmates. Don has shown and performed at The Whitney Museum, MoMA Ps1, Webster Hall, Dancespace, Center for Performance Research, and was an artist-in-residence at the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Captiva, Florida. “Where There’s Smoke”, released in July 2018, is DonChristian’s first studio album.


Experimental Evening With DonChristian And Wolfgang Tillmans @ Kantine am Berghin, Berlin, Germany

Dr. Martens 2019 New York Pride Mural @ Union Square, NY

Nobody Promised You Tomorrow: Art 50 years after Stonewall @ Brooklyn Museum, NY

Remebering Sam Miller. Center For The Arts @Wesleyan University

Black Trans Media Mural Project @ Groundswell Studio, Brooklyn, NY

Into The Darkness: Bodies @ Columbia University, NY

Cultivating The Radical Heart @ Rhodes House, Oxford University

A Continuing The Conversation: Response & Responsibility. Summit on arts as a force in social justice @ Harvard University

Witness Material/Material Witness @ Knockdown Center Gallery

New York City Roundtable's 3rd annual Day of Learning on Equity and Inclusion @ Restoration Plaza, 2018

A Matter of Black Lives Conference Presented by Stockton U. Dept. of Holocaust and Genocide Studies @ Eastern State Penitentiary, 2018

Susquehanna University's Hip Hop Conference, 2018

Robert Rauschenberg Residency in collaboration with Eiko Otake, @ The Rauschenberg Foundation, Captiva Island, 2017

The Faggots & Their Friends Between Revolutions with Morgan Bassichis @ New Museum 2017

Rebel Angels Gala @ Danspace Project St. Mark's Church 2017

From Under Above @ MoMA PS1, 2017

Remembering Fukushima: Art and Conversations with Eiko Otake @ Cathethedral Church of St. John the Divine, 2017

A Matter of Black Lives Conference Presented by Stockton U. Dept. of Holocaust and Genocide Studies @ The Carnegie Center, 2017

INDEX Vol I @ The Knockdown Center, 2017

This Is The Sound Of ™ @ Stadstriënnale Triennial, 2016

As If You Me @ The Center for Performance Research, 2016

Bear Hands Album Release @ Webster Hall, 2016

Platform 2016: A Body in Places with Eiko Otake @ Danspace Project St. Marks Church, 2016

The Whitney Art Party @ Whitney Museum of American Art, 2015

The New Whitney Block Party @ Whitney Museum of American Art, 2015

Yung Lean Marble Tour @ Webster Hall, 2015

Homecoming solo show @ Urban Art Gallery, Philadelphia, 2014

Vacation Days @ 100 Forsyth, 2013

Smoke For Blues Festival @ Whitney Museum of American Art, 2013

Graduated from Wesleyan University, 2012