Eliot Dudik is an American photographer and book artist with works in institutional and private collections across the globe. His long-term projects, books, and collaborations explore the connection between culture, memory, history, and place.
Eliot’s photographs are installed internationally in solo and group exhibitions including the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, Griffin Museum of Photography, Center for Fine Art Photography, Annenberg Space for Photography, Columbia Museum of Art, Southeast Museum of Photography and numerous other art museums, educational institutions, and commercial galleries.His photographs have been published in Smithsonian Magazine, New York Times, BuzzFeed, Lenscratch, Hotshoe International, VICE, and many more international publications.
Eliot is based in eastern Virginia where he manages an active photography and book arts studio. He founded the photography program within the Department of Art & Art History at the College of William & Mary in 2014 where he is currently teaching.