Monochrome respirant, 2001, tissu, ventilators, 300 x 260 cm View of the exhibition "Oeuvres récentes 2000-2001", Arsenal, Musée de Soissons, exhibition from March 24th to May 6th 2001 Breathing Monochrome, 2001, tissue, ventilators, 260 x 305 cm Breathing Monochrome, 2001, tissue, ventilators, 260 x 305 cm Breathing Monochrome, 1999, tissue, ventilators, 260 x 300 cm,  Photo Credit: Philippe Chancel La Parole (Palau de congress), 1998, tissue, ventilator, mirror, 550 cm x Ø 550 cm La Parole (Palau de congress), 1998, tissue, ventilator, mirror, 550 cm x Ø 550 cm La parole, 1998, tissue, ventilator, 700 x Ø 130 cm, Photo Credit: Philippe Chancel Breathing Monochrome, 2000, tissue, ventilator, 155 x 165 cm, Photo Credit: Juliette Faliu Respirante, 2001, tissue, aluminium, ventilator, 78 x 100 x 1 cm, Photo Credit: Juliette Faliu Respirante (red pillow), 2001, tissue, aluminium, ventilator, 78 x 100 x 1 cm , Photo Credit: Philippe Chancel Breathing pillow, 2001, tissue, ventilator, 45 x 45 cm, Photo Credit: Philippe Chancel Contractante, 1998, tissue, ventilators, 410 x 130 cm Contractante, 2002, tissue, ventilators, 224 x 152 cm Contractante, 2003, tissue and ventilator, 250 x 92 x 30 cm Interior expuesto I, 2001, wood, glass, tissue, ventilators, 225 x 85 x 70 cm, from the series The Living Room II, Photo Credit: Philippe Chancel Interior expuesto I, 2001, wood, glass, tissue, ventilators, 225 x 85 x 70 cm, from the series The Living Room II, Photo Credit: Philippe Chancel Interior expuesto II, 2001, wood, glass, tissue, ventilators, 225 x 66 x 65 cm, Photo Credit: Pedro Martínez de Albornoz Interior expuesto III, 2001, wood, glass, tissue, ventilators, 226 x 67,5 x 50 cm Déjà vu I, 2000, tissue, wood, glass, mirror, ventilator, 88,5 x 63 x 35 cm, Daniel and Florence Guerlain Collection Breathing box, 2001, wood, aluminium, tissue, ventilators, neon, 62 x 35 x 201 cm, photo Credit: Philippe Chancel Breathing box, 2001, wood, aluminium, tissue, ventilators, neon, 62 x 35 x 201 cm, photo Credit: Philippe Chancel Breathing Chair, 1997, tissue, wood, ventilators, elements of the installation The Living Room I, Photo Credit: Patrice Maurin-Berthier Installation The Living Room I, 1997, Photo Credit: Patrice Maurin-Berthier Installation The Living Room I, 1997, Photo Credit: Patrice Maurin-Berthier The Cabinet of Docteur Lacan, 1998, tissue, ventilators, 200 x 400 x 250 cm, Photo Credit: Luis Ros The Cabinet of Docteur Lacan, 1998, tissue, ventilators, 200 x 400 x 250 cm, Photo Credit: Luis Ros Jouissance, 1998, tissue, ventilators, 300 x Ø 230 cm, Photo Credit: Luis Ros L'autre c'est moi, 1998, tissue, ventilator, mirror, 550 cm x Ø 550 cm Les Ménines. Exercice horizontal, 2000, Felt pen on paper Les Ménines. Exercice horizontal, 2000, Wood, sheet-iron, tissue, glass, ventilators, 700 x 400 x 250 cm, Photo Credit: Campano Les Ménines. Exercice horizontal, 2000, Wood, sheet-iron, tissue, glass, ventilators, 700 x 400 x 250 cm, Photo Credit: Campano Les Ménines. Exercice horizontal, 2000, Wood, sheet-iron, tissue, glass, ventilators, 700 x 400 x 250 cm, Photo Credit: Campano Men-in-a, 2000, tissue, steel, light, ventilator, 170 cm x Ø 100 cm, Photo Credit: Philippe Chancel Blue Line, 1996, tissue, ventilators, rubber band, 2500 x 170 cm, Photo Credit: Daniel Kiblisky Blue Line, 1996, tissue, ventilators, rubber band, 2500 x 170 cm, Photo Credit: Daniel Kiblisky Mr and Mrs Chairman, 2000, tissue, glass, mirror, ventilator, 679,2 x 260 x  variable depth, Photo Credit: Philippe Chancel Mr and Mrs Chairman, 2000, tissue, glass, mirror, ventilator, 679,2 x 260 x  variable depth, Photo Credit: Philippe Chancel Mr and Mrs Chairman, 2000, tissue, glass, mirror, ventilator, 679,2 x 260 x  variable depth, Photo Credit: Philippe Chancel Lounging chair model, 2001, wood, plastic, tissue, 34 x 5,5 x 6 cm, 4 identical exemplary , Photo Credit: Philippe Chancel Lounging chair, 2002, wood, tissue, ventilators, 280 x 50 x 50 cm, 3 exemplary, Edition 1/8 Double lounging chair, 2002, wood, tissue, ventilators, 280 x 50 X 94,5 cm, Edition 1/3 + 2 AP Lounging chair 08, 2002, wood, tissue, ventilators, 186 x 50 x 50 cm, 6 exemplary, Photo Credit: Philippe Chancel The last chair, 2001, steel, glass, tissue, wood, ventilator, 80 x 70 x 57 cm, Photo Credit: Philippe Chancel L'observé, 2002, tissue, ventilator, mirror, 2800 x Ø 800 cm, Creation for Galeries La Fayette Paris, Photo Credit: Philippe Chancel L'observé, 2002, tissue, ventilator, mirror, 2800 x Ø 800 cm, Creation for Galeries La Fayette Paris, Photo Credit: Philippe Chancel L'observé, 2002, tissue, ventilator, mirror, 2800 x Ø 800 cm, Creation for Galeries La Fayette Paris, Photo Credit: Philippe Chancel L'observé, 2002, tissue, ventilator, mirror, 2800 x Ø 800 cm, Creation for Galeries La Fayette Paris, Photo Credit: Philippe Chancel View of the installation Syncrétisme, 18th October to 10th November 1996, National Modern Art Museum, Salvador da Bahia, Brazil, Photo Credit: Francesca Mantovani Egun, installation Syncrétisme, National  Museum of Modern Art, Salvador da Bahia, Brazil, 1996, tissue, rubber bands and ventilators, 500 x 100 m, Photo Credit: Francesca Mantovani View of the installation Syncrétisme, 18th October to 10th November 1996, National Modern Art Museum, Salvador da Bahia, Brazil, Photo Credit: Francesca Mantovani View of the installation Syncrétisme, 18th October to 10th November 1996, National Modern Art Museum, Salvador da Bahia, Brazil, Photo Credit: Francesca Mantovani Bench, 2000, iron, glass, tissue, ventilators, 95 x 170 x 95 cm, Command City of Fukuroi, Japan

Breathing Sculptures

Between architecture and sculpture, always captivated by the power of place, with his “Breathing sculptures” series Pablo Reinoso’s work seems to go from the most intimate (human breathing) to the most immaterial and abstract. “The fact that monochromatic cushions or cushions in a display case can breathe, that the analyst’s couch has kept the rhythm of the absent body’s movement, or that the revisited Last Chair by Warhol continues to store the trace of human breathing of a breath-cushion, appearing and disappearing: this is certainly a major theme in Pablo Reinoso’s work, from the "Respirantes" to the "Persistantes" or to the mirror-like, multisensory device of the "Meninas” (Christine Buci-Glucksmann).