In a society saturated by images, Eric Baudelaire is interested in political events that have not found their representation.
Eric Baudelaire is a French artist and filmmaker, born in Salt Lake City in 1973, who lives and works in Paris.
His work has been the object of solo exhibitions at Gasworks, in London, La Synagogue de Delme, in the Lorraine region in France, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, as well as in the galleries Juana de Aizpuru in Madrid, Elizabeth Dee in New York, and Greta Meert in Brussels. In 2012 he participated in La Triennale / Intense Proximity at the Palais de Tokyo (cur. Okwui Enwezor), Baltic Triennial at CAC Vilnius (cur. Defne Ayas and Benjamin Cook), Documentary Forum / A Blind spot at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin (cur. Catherine David), and the Biennale de Taipei (cur. Anselm Franke). His works feature in the following collections: Centre Pompidou/MNAM, Paris, Fond National d’art Contemporain (FNAC), FRAC Auvergne in France and the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York.