Trouvé produces sculptures, drawings, and installations, many of which incorporate architectural interventions. One of her most well known pieces is the expansive project titled Bureau d’Activités Implicites (or Bureau of Implicit Activities) that was produced over the course of ten years. This piece that took the form of an improvised office environment served as a repository and archive of work that she was making, or planning to make, as a then-unknown artist. Through the creation of architectural modules, the newly Parisian native constructed an administrative space to house her creative efforts as well as her clerical attempts at adherence to the red-tape imbued diktats of the art world. In an interview in 2009, Trouvé commented that, "Time is the theme underlying all my work." 
In 2007 she participated in the 52nd Venice Biennale. In 2001 she won the Paul Ricard Prize, and in 2007 she won the Marcel Duchamp Prize. A monograph of Trouvé's work with text by the French writer, art critic, and curator Catherine Millet was published by Walther Konig in 2008.
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- "Tatiana Trouvé biography". Galerie Perrotin. Retrieved 5 September 2010.
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- Rooney, Kara L. (May 2010). "Tatiana Trouvé". The Brooklyn Rail.
- "Buchhandlung Walther König". Retrieved 5 September 2010.
- "Tatiana Trouvé" by Kara L. Rooney, The Brooklyn Rail (May 2010)
- Interview from Galerie Perrotin site
- Johann König, Berlin