Born in Buenos Aires in 1955 and based in France since 1978, Pablo Reinoso is a world-renowned artist, known for his subversions of objects and his creations at the frontier between sculpture, installation, design, architecture and painting.
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|Author||Textes de Yannick Mercoyrol, Camille Bardin, Mathilde Rouiller et Henri-François Debailleux – Photographies de Rodrigo Reinoso.|
|Publisher||In Fine / Domaine national de Chambord|
|Number of pages||144|
|Language||Bilingue Français / English|
|Dimensions||280 x 240|
|Technique(s)||Illustrations : 84|
|Museum||Domaine national de Chambord|
Exhibition Catalogue "Pablo Reinoso. Overflows", presented at Château Chambord (March 1 - September 4, 2022).
Since the beginning of his plastic work, the notion of balance has occupied the thoughts of Pablo Reinoso (series Les Respirantes or Les Paysages d’eau), Franco-Argentine designer and sculptor. Delivering a protean work drawing from all materials (wood, stone, air, metal) and progressing through successive series, the artist always deepens the same idea: that of the force of life, through the principle of plant growth applied to matter and a conceptual shaping of the founding cycles of life.
His often humorous works seek to emancipate the object: his famous Spaghetti Benches are a tribute to plant intelligence. Sensitive to the challenges that mark our era, the climate crisis in particular, Reinoso explores these questions in his recent works, considering the delicate balances that govern ecosystems.
At Chambord, where nature and culture communicate in a particularly vibrant way, he has chosen to reflect on the possible harmony between the human and the natural, by understanding the architecture itself as a living element. Through richly illustrated texts, this catalogue brings to life this hymn to hybridisation, beauty and flux, for an exhibition which represents the largest yet devoted to Reinoso’s work.
Journal de (Cham)bord
Le ruban et l’éventail
The Ribbon and the Fan
Until it rises up
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