Born in 1946 - United States
Earlie Hudnall is an American photographer born in Hattiesburg, Mississippi in 1945.He studied art at the University of Texas Southern. John Biggers was his teacher and eventually became his mentor and great friend. Earlie Hudnall started practicing photography when he was part of the U.S. Marine Corps. The African-American communities of the South inspired his first images.
The Afro-American issue is specially present in Earlie Hudnall's work who uses photography to portray social and civic problems. His images have been exhibited as part of the Smithsonian Museum of American Art itinerant exhibition on African-American Art called "The Renaissance of Harlem, the Era of Civil Rights and Beyond".
Earlie Hudnall's work is permanently present at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, at the Institute of Art of Chicago, at the Museum of Contemporary Photography of Chicago, at the Museum of Fine Arts of Houston, at the National Museum of American Art as well as at the Museum of Fine Arts of Virginia.
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