Francesca Mele
Photographer

Francesca Mele is a self-taught photographer, born in Italy in 1987, with no fixed abode: she’s lived and worked in Germany, Spain, UK, Italy. Her research is permeated with the need to collect, organize and convert to images the inner poetry and the beauty she perceives in her everyday life, her feelings, memories, and hallucinations.

She does so through exploring her deep and vivid interest towards the countless expressive possibilities that the analog photography techniques provides.

Francesca Mele
Photographer

Francesca Mele is a self-taught photographer, born in Italy in 1987, with no fixed abode: she’s lived and worked in Germany, Spain, UK, Italy. Her research is permeated with the need to collect, organize and convert to images the inner poetry and the beauty she perceives in her everyday life, her feelings, memories, and hallucinations.

She does so through exploring her deep and vivid interest towards the countless expressive possibilities that the analog photography techniques provides.

  • Leda Papaconstantinou: Time In My Hands. A Retrospective
    Dec 14, 2023 – Apr 21, 2024
    EMST
    Athens, Greece
    Time in my hands represents the first ever major retrospective exhibition for Leda Papaconstantinou (b. 1945), one of the most important artists in the history of contemporary art in Greece. For over almost five decades, Papaconstantinou developed a diverse body of work that took on a range of forms – performance, sculpture, video, site-specific installations, painting, etc. – in order to explore issues of gender, sexuality, collective and personal memory, history, politics and ecology, centred always on the body. (more…)
  • Spectral Harvest
    Mar 14 – Apr 27, 2024
    DMW Gallery
    Antwerp, Belgium
    DMW Gallery is thrilled to announce the opening of Spectral Harvest, a duo exhibition featuring works by Fia Cielen and Julie De Kezel. The exhibition presents a narrative where spirits and scarecrows coexist in harmony, the former guiding visitors through a journey of enchanted landscapes, the latter illuminating unseen threads connecting the terrestrial to the ethereal. (more…)