Stumbled upon Loris Gréaud's work a while back when reading The New York Times article and his installation reminded me a little of something Terence Koh would do; dark but visually stunning. Anyways, these installations are pretty neat. These images are taken from two different sources as it was displayed in two separate spaces, different times. The exhibition was called CELLAR DOOR (Once is always twice).
At Palais de Tokyo, Paris:
At Institute of Contemporary Art, London:
Artist: Loris Gréaud