Gregor Taul is an author and curator based in Lisbon, where he is working on his PhD on Soviet era public paintings at the Lisbon Consortium.

Gregor studied semiotics at Tartu University (BA 2005) and art history in the Estonian Academy of Arts and St Petersburg's Institute of Technology of Design (MA in 2012). Since 2010 he has been active as a critic writing on visual art, public space and architecture. In 2012 he co-authored a book on Estonian murals published by Lugemik; in 2016, the Estonian National Museum published his book on the architecture of the museum's new building.

His main academic research interest is art in public space. Besides Soviet era public art, he is interested in contemporary public art commissions around Europe.