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The Enchanted Camera is a combination of words and images that constitutes both a complex examination of Mimmo Jodice's work and a manual on the reading of photography itself. Includes an interview by Isabella Pedicini.
Mimmo Jodice (Naples, 1934) is an Italian photographer. He was professor at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Napoli from 1970 to 1996. Since the 1960s Jodice has worked with many pop art, arte povera, and fluxus artists. He has also used his camera to document conceptual pieces of art.
Isabella Pedicini is a journalist and a writer. She collaborates with Artribune, a magazine of contemporary art. She is the author of Francesca Woodman, The Roman Years: Between Flesh and Films.
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Mimmo Jodice: Mimmo Jodice (born 24 March 1934, in Naples) is an Italian photographer. He was professor at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Napoli from 1970 to 1996. Since the 1960s Jodice worked with many artists of various styles like Pop art, Arte Povera or Fluxus. As a documentary photographer of conceptual art
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