- Loris Gréaud's "Gun Powder Trees Forest Bubble," 2008.
- Loris Gréaud's "One Thousand Ways to Enter," 2011
- Loris Gréaud's Portrait, 2011
- Loris Gréaud’s [I], 2013, at Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Courtesy Loris
- Loris Gréaud’s [I], 2013, at Musée du Louvre, Paris. Courtesy Loris
- Courtesy Loris Loris Gréaud’s Does the angle between two walls have a happy ending?, 2013, at Punta della Dogana, Venice. Gréaud/Gréaudstudio. Photo Fulvio Orsenigo/Orch Orsenigo_Chemollo.
- Loris Gréaud’s The Merzball Pavilion, 2008, at Palais de Tokyo, Paris. Courtesy Loris Gréaud/Gréaudstudio with DGZ Research. Photo Olivier Pasqual.
Inspired by one of the most talked about exhibitions, not only in Dallas – but internationally. Loris Gréaud, the French conceptual artist and provocateur, takes over the entire art space at the Dallas Contemporary. Here’s our stylistic ode to the artist and his epic installation, “The Unplayed Notes Museum” (on view January 18 – March 21). For more on the exhibition from our December issue, click here.