Loris Gréaud

Loris Gréaud
Photo Credit: Fahd el Jaoudi

French conceptual artist Loris Gréaud (b. 1979, Eaubonne, France) refers to his process as an “empirical machine,” and compares himself to an orchestra conductor, consulting engineers, architects, musicians, historians, and scientists as he weaves together multilayered sensory experiences. The recipient of the 2005 Prix Ricard S.A., the young artist has already shown in nearly every major city internationally. In the summer of 2011 Gréaud took over the canal entrance of the Arsenale at the 54th Venice Biennale with The Gepetto Pavilion, a colossal sculpture of a 55-foot-long beached whale. In 2008, at the age of only 29, Gréaud became the first artist to take over all 40,000 square feet of the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. Gréaud joined the Gallery in 2011.

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, 2012. resin, sand, wood, paint.
The Unplayed Notes, 2012. resin, sand, wood, paint.
, 2012. resin, sand, wood, paint.
The Unplayed Notes, 2012. resin, sand, wood, paint.
, 2012. resin, sand, wood, paint.
The Unplayed Notes, 2012. resin, sand, wood, paint.
, 2012. mechanical and electrical components, LED lights, cast resin, overall installation dimensions variable .
Nothing Left to Falsify, 2012, 2012. mechanical and electrical components, LED lights, cast resin, overall installation dimensions variable .
, 2011. black wax, carbon, molded rocks, resin, steel pedestals.
New Set of Possibilities, Rock Study, 2011, 2011. black wax, carbon, molded rocks, resin, steel pedestals.
, 2011. fiberglass, resin, metallic framework, electrical system, metallic railing, sand, marble panel, technical system, neons, isolation tank.
Geppetto Pavilion, 2011, 2011. fiberglass, resin, metallic framework, electrical system, metallic railing, sand, marble panel, technical system, neons, isolation tank.

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The Unplayed Notes , 2012. resin, sand, wood, paint.