Pablo Reinoso

  • Pablo Reinoso, Banc Marie, 2015. Wood, stainless steel, H 320 x L 270 x d 55 cm

  • Pablo Reinoso, Banc Marie, 2015. Wood, stainless steel, H 320 x L 270 x d 55 cm

  • Pablo Reinoso
    Hula Hoop, 2018
    Wood and metal
    196 x 64 x 39 cm

  • Pablo Reinoso, Cologny Bench, 2018. Painted steel, H. 1,9 x L. 10,1 x W. 5,2 m.

  • Pablo Reinoso,
    Rolling Sculpture, 2018.
    Acier thermolaqué,
    125 x 342 x 130 cm

  • Pablo Reinoso,
    Rolling Sculpture, 2018.
    Acier thermolaqué,
    125 x 342 x 130 cm.
    Exhibition view, Polygone Riviera, Cagnes-sur-Mer, France.
    ©Florian Kleinefenn

  • Pablo Reinoso,
    The Looping Two, 2020.
    Bois sculpté, acier peint, 45 x 294 x 70 cm

  • Pablo Reinoso,
    The Looping One, 2020.
    Bois sculpté, acier peint, 45 x 294 x 70 cm

  • Pablo Reinoso,
    Post-indus-tree column , 2019.
    Acier peint et bois,
    195 x 36 x 85 cm.

  • Pablo Reinoso,
    Little Talk (Left), 2017.
    Acier peint,
    100 x 545 x 145 cm.
    Exhibition view “Observatoire du Ciel”, Bordeaux, France

  • Pablo Reinoso,
    Little Talk (Right), 2017.
    Acier peint,
    100 x 545 x 145 cm.
    Exhibition view “Observatoire du Ciel”, Bordeaux, France

  • Pablo Reinoso
    Arco Firulete (pair), 2011
    Painted steel,
    200 x 300 x 250 cm

  • Pablo Reinoso
    Marco Firulete d’Angelo Semplice, 2011
    Wood (oak)
    172 x 9à x 22 cm

  • Pablo Reinoso
    Vice Versa, 2012
    Painted steel
    Diameter: 6,10
    Height: 1 m
    Weight: 350 kg

  • Pablo Reinoso
    Banc Spaghetti Iroco, 2011
    Iroco, aluminium
    166 x 71 x 77 cm

  • Pablo Reinoso
    Two for Tango, 2012
    Wood
    236,5 x 205 x 56,5 cm

Sculptor and designer born in Argentina in 1955, Pablo Reinoso is known for his Bancs Spaghetti. He reinvents the every day object with humour and frivolity. His work hides both an ethical aspect – the respect of nature and of its materials- as well as a critical one against meaningless processes of a certain type of contemporary design. His installations and sculptures reveal a deep knowledge of the environnement linked to our perception of the world, the landscape and space. As part of a process of deployment and development, his work finds its way within monumentality and at the same time, it keeps a human scale.

Exhibitions