Dan Hudson is a Canadian artist that works across a wide range of media including video, photography, sculpture and painting. His mesmerizing art projects explore the space between objective and subjective time within the context of everyday life.
Hudson earned a BFA from York University (Toronto, Canada), studied anthropology at UCSD (California, USA) and attended art residencies in Banff, Berlin and Leipzig. As a student he was awarded three visual art scholarships. Since that time, Hudson has received 7 international awards for various art projects and 24 peer assessed visual art grants.
From 1990 to 2010, Dan Hudson also gained reputation as an award winning photo journalist with over 60 cover shots to his credit. Assignments to document extreme adventure sports took him to some of the wildest places on the planet. These kinds of experiences help explain the intimacy and honesty in which Hudson’s art works connect contemporary culture with the natural world.
Dan Hudson regularly exhibits in international group and solo exhibitions. His works are represented in museums, public galleries and private collections throughout North America and Europe.