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1 / 6       Francesco Jodice, Cartoline dagli altri spazi, 1996.

2 / 6       Francesco Jodice, from Dubai Citytellers, 2010 (film still).

3 / 6       Francesco Jodice, from What We Want - Sao Paulo, 2006

4 / 6       Francesco Jodice, La notte del drive-in, Milano spara, 2013.

5 / 6       Francesco Jodice, from Ritratti di classe (Class pictures), Turin, 2005.

6 / 6       Francesco Jodice, from What We Want - Tokyo, 1999.

Panorama

CAMERA – Centro Italiano per la Fotografia in Turin presents a first overview on the career of photographer and filmmaker Francesco Jodice (Napoli, 1967).
The exhibit, curated by Francesco Zanot, offers the widest selection of Jodice’s works ever presented: more than twenty years of eclectic art, from an artist who does not shy away from using all available contemporary means for expression – alternating between photography, videos and installations – in his ongoing study of the contemporary geopolitical scenario and its social and urbanistic implications. Out of Francesco Jodice’s whole oeuvre, six exemplary projects have been selected that span his whole career from the very beginning, highlighting both the artist’s consistency and his eclecticism: What We Want (1996 - work in progress), The Secret Traces (1997 - 2007), Citytellers (2006 - 2010), Ritratti di classe/Class pictures (2005 - 2009), The Room (2009 - 2016) and Solid Sea (2002). Panorama is in fact about the process behind Francesco Jodice’s research and work: the whole exhibit is filled to the brim with the artist’s favourite topics and the thoughts and reasons behind his whole body of work. The setup draws the viewer in, showing the process behind the birth of all works and highlighting all that comes before – and shapes – the final product. Striking a fine balance between theory and practice, Jodice’s modus operandi is vital to all of the artist’s projects: they express the force and motivation behind the works, often found in the oeuvres themselves but sometimes only discernible from the first stages of production. The Panorama on exhibit is therefore not only the geopolitical one: it also encompasses the whole of Jodice’s methods, through which his research becomes apparent. A whole slew of maps, books, newspaper clippings, backstage images, auditions, interviews, videos and much more, now shown on a 40-meter long, modular table in CAMERA’s hallway.
The exhibit will be inaugurated on Tuesday, May 10th, 2016, at 7 pm, and will be open from Wednesday, May 11th to Sunday, August 14th, 2016. In the same period the Project Room of CAMERA will host the exhibition Edward Weston. The body and the line. Portraits by Edward Weston and drawings by the American Minimalists. From the collection of Philip and Rosella Rolla.

Francesco Jodice. Panorama
CAMERA - Centro Italiano per la Fotografia, via delle Rosine, 18 - Turin (Italy)
11 May – 14 August 2016

opening times: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 11 am - 7 pm | Thursday, 11 am - 9 pm | closed on Tuesdays
admission fee: full price ticket 10,00 € (it includes the visit to the exhibition Carlo Mollino. In Viaggio) | concessions 6,00 € for visitors up to 26, over 65 years old, holders of Abbonamento Musei Torino Piemonte and ticket holders of: Museo Ettore Fico, Museo Nazionale del Cinema, MAO, Palazzo Madama, Borgo Medievale, GAM -Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna, Touring Club Italiano, Forte di Bard, Amici della Fondazione per l’Architettura, members of Ordine degli Architetti, AIACE | free admission for children up to 12 years old and Torino+Piemonte Card holders
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published on 2016-05-10 in NEWS / EXHIBITIONS

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