Pablo Reinoso (designer)
|Born||8 March 1955
|Notable work||Spaghetti benches|
Pablo Reinoso was introduced to carpentry by his French grandfather. He made his first chair when he was six years old. He went on to study Architecture in University of Buenos Aires and began a career in communications and design.
Reinoso has lived and worked in Paris since 1978. He became known for his public installations and sculptures, created from traditional materials such as metal, stone and wood. After 1995 he began to introduce a wider range of materials, such as cloth in his installations Respirantes, Persistantes and Contractantes. In the late 1990s he broadened his work in a commercial direction to include the design of products, for example perfume bottles. In 2003 he designed a new cup for the French Ligue de Football Professionnel.
The critic Patricia Avena Navarro described Reinoso as a "sensible artist, his work is informed by a complex sphere of relations that include the biographic due to their link with art history and the world of psychoanalysis, which announce the absolute triumph of the image."
- Respirantes (1996), Persistantes (1998) and Contractantes – cloth art installations
- Rue Payenne Apartment, Paris – architectural renovation
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