Loris Gréaud, “CELLAR DOOR: one thousand ways to enter,” 2011.
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15 April–7 June 2011

CELLAR DOOR, a series of exhibitions and works by the young French artist Loris Gréaud, which spans several years, culminates in a glowing close at the KUNSTHALLE wien with the artist’s first solo show in Austria. Sonic Youth’s legendary guitarist Lee Ranaldo has substantially contributed to the new work presented in the exhibition. CELLAR DOOR is a contemporary fairy tale involving various interwoven and nevertheless self-contained elements: among others an architectural studio project, an opera, the film One Thousand Ways To Enter (2008–2011), and the sculpture The Book of Captions (2011).

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