Beginning in the 1980’s Hudinilson Jr. had a practice of collaging the multitude of printed images he was collecting into double-sided grids on single sheets of paper. This daily practice made the collages read much like pages from Hudinilson Jr.’s personal diary.
Hudinilson Jr.'s work is in the collection of Modern Art (New York), Reina Sofia Museum (Madrid), Migros Museum (Zurich), MAGA Museo d’Arte (Gallarate, Italy), MALBA (Buenos Aires), MASP (São Paulo), Pinacoteca do Estado (São Paulo) and the USP Museum of Contemporary Art (São Paulo), among others.
Hudinilson Jr. (1957-2013) is considered one of the most important Brazilian artists of his generation. He was a leading member of the Movimento de Arte Pornô, having participated in the very first collective publication, the zine Gang 1 (1980) and every subsequent publication thereafter. He was one of the signatories of the manifesto and made the cover art for Eduardo Kac’s first poetry book, Nabunada Não Vaidinha?, which is now in the collection of the Museum of Modern of Art (New York).