Born in 1955 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Pablo Reinoso lives and works in Paris.

Pablo Reinoso is known for his multidisciplinary practice that transforms functional objects from the world of architecture and design into sculptures in their own right. Following four principles, borrowed from wild nature (reproduction, exuberance, branching and expansion) Reinoso brings to life objects which are usually inanimate. Once transformed, these become sculptures that blur the boundaries between figuration and abstraction, but also between inside and outside, and call our relationship to space and landscapes into question.

In 2024, Pablo Reinoso’s work is notably being exhibited at the Museo Extremeño e Iberoamericano de Arte Contemporáneo (Badajoz, Spain) at the Hangar Y (Meudon, France) and at the Centre Pompidou-Metz. In 2022, he had a major retrospective at Château de Chambord (Loire Valley, France), spanning across the castle’s interior and gardens. His work has been shown in international institutions and as part of major exhibitions, including the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, the Centre Georges Pompidou, Palazzo Al Bosco (Tuscany, Italy) the Kunstmuseum den Haag (The Hague), Sciences Po (Paris), the Museum of Modern Art in Buenos Aires, the Museum of Arts and Design in New York, the Grassi Museum in Liepzig, the Boghossian Foundation in Brussels, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Tokyov, the MUDAC in Lausanne, the CID - Centre for Innovation and Design in Grand-Hornu, the Venice Biennale, Frieze Sculpture, the FIAC Hors-les-murs, the Bienalsur or AGORA, the Bordeaux Biennale. His works are part of the collections of the MALBA and the Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires, the National Fund of Contemporary Art of Paris, the Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo, the MACRO Rosario or the MUSAC of Leon in Spain and the GAMeC in Bergamo, Italy.

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