Over two decades of his professional life, Francesco Jodice has taken part in group shows, held thousands of exhibitions, and displayed his work in the most important galleries in the world.
Yet nothing compares to Panorama, to be held at Turin’s Italian Center for Photography CAMERA from May 11th to August 14th, 2016 – because the retrospective includes the widest selection of works by the Neapolitan photographer and filmmaker ever gathered in a single show: an opportunity to explore the themes, motives and reflections behind his creations, and to analyze the process behind his research.

Six paradigmatic projects were picked from Jodice’s vast production, from his early successes to the most recent work, highlighting both continuity and eclecticism: What We Want (1996-in progress), The Secret Traces (1997-2007), Citytellers (2006-2010), Class Portraits (2005-2009), The Room (2009-2016), Solid Sea (2002).


Via delle Rosine, 18
11 maggio 2016 - 14 agosto 2016


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