“Mimmo Jodice” Collection

Jodice’s photographs are often squared in size and always in black and white in colors; they generally represent landscapes and natural elements, archaeological findings, common objects, organic materials, but they never focus on human presences, if not for some insignificant human remains.

For Jodice photography is not meant to record the phenomena of reality but to transcend them in the name of a continuous, inexhaustible comparison with the absolute. Her recent works express this profound idea with the simple, disarming clarity proper to the great ones, who conquered her in several years of anxious research.

SMS Salemi