Jean Baudrillard

Jean Baudrillard’s photographs are unplanned and impulsive, capturing incidental moments. They are filled with repetitions and reflections, depicting spaces and objects whose surfaces are punctured and whose optics are confounding. Baudrillard’s photos exist in tension with his writing about art’s waning importance; yet his work also reverberates with his claims that the photographic image stands for endless reproducibility—and thereby calls into question our understanding of reality.