Francesco Jodice (b.1967, Italy) is an artist known for his use of photography and video to explore social landscapes, culture, and geopolitics. He graduated in Architecture from the Università Federico II in Naples in 1995 and co-founded the Multiplicity Collective in 1999.

Jodice’s work has examined urban environments and societal narratives through projects like What We Want and The Morocco Affair, as well as geopolitical issues and global crises through films, installations, and series like Atlas and American Recordings. He teaches Visual Arts and Photography at institutions in Milan and Turin and has exhibited at major exhibitions such as Documenta and the Venice Biennale. His work is held in public collections worldwide.

Selected Exhibitions

National Archaeological Museum of Naples, Italy; Scuderie del Quirinale, Italy; Palazzo Fortuny, Italy; MOCA – Museum of Contemporary Art Yinchuan, China; Galleria Michela Rizzo, Italy; Museu Nacional dos Coches, Portugal; Teatrino Palazzo Grassi, Italy; Italian Center for Photography, Italy; Gazelli Art House, UK; Museo Nacional del Prado, Spain; Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art, Italy; Museum of Contemporary Art, Croatia; Museo MADRE, Italy; BASE Progetti per l’arte, Italy; The Venice Biennale, Italy; Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, Iran; 21st Tokyo International Film Festival, Japan; Le contemporain face au passé, France; Galerie Chateau d’Eau, France.

Selected Collections

Vatican Museum, Italy; Tate Modern, UK; V&A Museum, UK; Centro De Arte Dos De Mayo, Spain; Centro Andaluz De Arte Contemporáneo, Spain; Civic Gallery of Modena, Italy; Civic Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, Italy; National Museum of the 21st Century Arts, Italy; Museo De Arte Contemporáneo De Castilla Y León, Spain; Museion, Italy; Museo Nacional Centro De Arte Reina Sofia, Spain; Prado National Museum, Spain; UBS Bank Art Collection, Switzerland; Unicredit Bank Art Collection, Italy; Yale Center for British Art, USA.


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