Eric Baudelaire (Salt Lake City, United States of America, 1973) is an artist and filmmaker based in Paris. After studying political science, Baudelaire established himself as a visual artist with a research-based practice that incorporates photography, printmaking, and video. Since 2010, filmmaking has become a central element of his work. His feature films have been screened at film festivals, including Locarno, Toronto, New York, FIDMarseille, and Rotterdam. Baudelaire has presented solo exhibitions at Witte de With in Rotterdam, Tabakalera in San Sebastian, Fridericianum in Kassel, Beirut Art Center, Gasworks in London, and Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. He has also participated in the Whitney Biennial 2017, Yokohama Triennale 2014, Mediacity Seoul 2014, and Taipei Biennial 2012. In 2019, Baudelaire received a fellowship from the Guggenheim Foundation and the Marcel Duchamp Prize. His works are part of several major public collections, including MoMA and the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid, MMK in Frankfurt, MUDAUM in Luxembourg, MMCA in Seoul, M+ in Hong Kong, as well as several FRAC collections in France and the collection of the Centre Pompidou/Musée National d’Art Moderne in Paris.