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Pablo Reinoso
(Buenos Aires, 1957)

Sculptor and designer. He studied with Jorge Michel and became his disciple. He has been working with sculpture since his teenage years. In the 90s he started working as a designer. He designed furniture and objects, especially after 1997, when he started a new activity – something between marketing strategy and art - at the LVMH Group. He became Art Director of Parfums Givenchy in 2000 and Parfums Loewe in 2002. He made several solo exhibitions such as “Thoneteando”, Ruth Benzacar, Buenos Aires, (2007); “Nudos de sombras”, Instituto Cervantes, Paris; “Conspiraciones”, Galería Pièce Unique, Paris (2006); “Poltrona-Freud”, Designer's Day, Poltrona Frau, Paris (2004); “L'air Reinoso”, Centre d'art André Malraux, Colmar, France; “El Observado”, Galeries Lafayette, Paris; “Ashes to ashes”, Casa de América, Madrid (2002).

Likewise, it is worth mentioning his monumental creations, such as Ballon, Coupe de la Ligue, Ligue de Football Professionnel, Paris (2004); L’Observé, Galeries Lafayette, Paris (2002); Banc, Fukuroi Art City Project, Fukuroi, Japan (2001); Memorial, Colegio Nacional Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires (1997). His works are included in different public collections around the world: Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo; Mamba, Buenos Aires; Macro, Rosario; Société des Amis du MNAM Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; Fonds National d’Art Contemporain, Paris, and Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, amongst others. He participated at the Venice Biennale in 1992. He has been living and working in Paris since 1979.


Ap 2010 Football Goal
Painted steel

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