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‘Mediterranean’ photography exhibition by Mimmo Jodice in Rabat

The ‘Mediterranean’ photography exhibition by Neapolitan artist Mimmo Jodice was opened at the Italian Cultural Institute in Rabat. The photographs on display are the fruit of the artist’s long research and years of travelling across the two shores of the Mediterranean: Naples and the South of Italy, Greece, Spain and France but also Turkey, Syria, Tunisia and Egypt are portrayed in his shots, in which the absence of human beings goes to the benefit of the landscape and is exalted in the architectures synthesizing the presence of Man. Jodice does not focus his lens on the rugged essentiality of everyday life but bears witness to the abundance of cultures, languages and traditions that make the Mediterranean a place of meeting and superimposition, of dialogue and cross-fertilisation. An avantgarde photographer ever since the ‘60s and sensitive to the experimentation and the expressive options of the photographic language, Jodice has been the untiring promoter of the cultural debate that led to the international growth and later the success of Italian photography.   

The exhibition, which will run until next 10 January, winds up the ‘Italy, Cultures, Mediterranean’ project which scheduled a large number of events also in Morocco throughout 2018.