January 2024 | News

Las líneas de la vida | Solo show at MEIAC, Badajoz, Spain opening February 8

Pablo Reinoso, Men-in-a, 2000. Photo: Rodrigo Reinoso.

Pablo Reinoso is pleased to announce Las líneas de la vida, his solo exhibition at MEIAC (Museo Extremeño e Iberoamericano de Arte Contemporáneo), located in Badajoz, Spain. The exhibition, curated by José Jimenez, spans across 25 years of the artist’s work and will feature both earlier works and new productions created specifically for the occasion.

Líneas Respirantes (2024), a vertical installation of “Breathing Works” hanging from the ceiling of the exhibition space, as well as Incendios (2024) composed of individual wooden stems emerging from soil, evoking a scorched landscape, ravaged by fire, will be presented for the first time as part of the exhibition. These two new installations will be on display along earlier works including several pieces from the “Articulations” series, a selection of Chinese-ink paintings, and the artist’s 2000 breathing sculpture Men-in-a (2000), inspired by Jacques Lacan’s interpretation of Diego Vélasquez’s renowned 1656 painting Las Meninas.

Las líneas de la vida is on view until Spring 2024, and it is part of "La expresión iberoamericana" exhibition cycle curated by José Jimenez at MEIAC.

More solo shows and group exhibitions currently on view
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Pablo Reinoso at Kunstmuseum den Haag

Until April 2024

Pablo Reinoso, Talk (Left and Right), 2022. Photo: Rodrigo Reinoso.

Pablo Reinoso’s outdoor presentation at Kunstmuseum den Haag (The Hague) is still on view: you can discover his works until April! Visit the Museum’s website for more information.


Pablo Reinoso at Sciences Po
Until June 2024

Pablo Reinoso, Balade Chambord (Left and Right), 2022. Photo: Rodrigo Reinoso.

Pablo’s two works Balade Chambord (Right and Left) are still on display at Sciences Po’s Saint-Thomas campus until June 2024.

Tuscan Meanders | Solo show at Palazzo Al Bosco, Tuscany, Italy
Until July 2024

Tuscan Meanders, exhibition view. Photo: Rodrigo Reinoso

Pablo Reinoso’s solo exhibition Tuscan Meanders at Palazzo Al Bosco, an 18-hectares estate owned by Caroline and Eric Freymond in San Casciano in Val di Pesa, Tuscany (Italy), is still on view until July 31, 2024.  

The exhibition is held in La Tinaia, the estate’s gallery space, as well as across the gardens and outdoor spaces of the Palazzo, where the artist has created the two in-situ installations La loggia Al Bosco (2023), a monumental sculpture integrating the building’s architecture, and Sentinelle Toscane (2021), composed of the artist’s signature “Harmony Chairs”, installed in the gardens.

The exhibition is view by appointment only. For more information, visit La Tinaia’s website.

Sentinelle Toscane, 2021. Photo: Rodrigo Reinoso


Biennale de Crans-Montana | Biennial, Fondation Opale, Lens, Switzerland
Until March 31, 2024

Two “Harmony Chairs” by Pablo Reinoso are currently on view as part of the Crans-Montana biennial in Lens, along with the sculpture La Chose (2017) acquired by the Municipality in 2022, which is also on view in city centre.

Find more about the Biennial via its official website.

Lacan: the exhibition. When art meets psychoanalysis | Group show at Centre Pompidou Metz
Until May 27, 2024

Pablo’s film Séances (2004), featuring choreographer and dancer Blanca Li, is on display at the Centre-Pompidou Metz as part of the group show Lacan: the exhibition. When Art Meets Psychoanalysis, dedicated to the relationship between Jacques Lacan's work and art, curated by Marie-Laure Bernadac et Bernard Marcadé, with the collaboration of Paz Corona and Gérard Wajcman. The exhibition is on view Until May 27. You can watch the film in its entirety below.