Inside artist Loris Groud’s studio in Paris, which resembles a bunker

Aubonne, an unassuming suburb north of Paris, is not where you would expect to find the brutalist lair of the late architect Claude Parent, rising like a shark’s fin in a sea of ​​stucco houses. But Obon also happens to be the home of artist Loris Gro, who thrives on the unexpected.

Greo has gained a reputation for his artwork that tampers with viewers’ perceptions, oscillating between reality and illusion. He created an underground sculpture garden that no one could see, destroyed a museum exhibit on its opening night, and shot a two-hour film for one viewer to watch at a time.

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