PDNB Gallery is celebrating its 20th Anniversary with a show featuring highlights from the past 20 years. Most of the photographs that will be exhibited will be on loan from collectors.
The gallery’s first location was a small house on Routh Street in Uptown. This location provided space for many important exhibitions for eleven years. The second and current location on Dragon Street, in the Design District, gives ample room for larger shows, and larger photographs. Continue reading
by Jennifer Thomas
This will be PDNB Gallery’s fourth solo exhibition for the renowned landscape photographer, Michael Kenna (b. 1953, Widnes, Lancashire, England). This very special show will highlight photographs of France taken in the past several decades. The exhibition follows the release of his latest book, FRANCE, by Nazraeli Press, and his exhibition in Paris at Le Musée Carnavalet. Continue reading
The compelling images by Earlie Hudnall, Jr., who was born in Hattiesburg, Mississippii in 1946, will be featured this Spring, in his second solo exhibition at the Dallas PDNB Gallery.
Hudnall, who is one of the most notable African American photographers living today, has extensively documented the African American neighborhoods in Houston, Texas.
In 1968, after serving as a Marine in Vietnam, he enrolled at Texas Southern University, where he studied art under the direction of John Biggers, who became a great friend and mentor. During his time at TSU, he was hired to be a photographer for the Model Cities Program, part of Lyndon Johnson’s War on Poverty initiative. This project introduced him to the various communities of Houston such as the Fourth Ward, Fifth Ward, Trinity Garden and the Hispanic neighborhoods. Continue reading