Milonga, 2015, wood and vegetal fiber, variables dimensions, credit photo: Rodrigo Reinoso TH 01, Série Thoneteando, 2005, Wood, H 89 x  Ø 118 cm x 46 cm, Edition 1/1, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra TH 01, Série Thoneteando, 2005, Wood, H 89 x  Ø 118 cm x 46 cm, Edition 1/1, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra TH 01, Série Thoneteando, 2005, Wood, H 89 x  Ø 118 cm x 46 cm, Edition 1/1, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra TH 02, Série Thoneteando, 2005, Wood, H 90 x l 95 cm, Edition 1/1, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebraa TH 02, Série Thoneteando, 2005, Wood, H 90 x l 95 cm, Edition 1/1, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra TH 03, Série Thoneteando, 2005, Wood, H 89 x Ø 120 cm, Edition 1/1, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra TH 04, Série Thoneteando, 2005, Wood and vegetal fibers, H 83 x w 220 x 39,5 cm, Edition 1/1, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra TH 05, Série Thoneteando, 2005, Wood, H 112 x w 114 x 47,5 cm, Edition 1/1, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra TH 05, Série Thoneteando, 2005, Wood, H 112 x w 114 x 47,5 cm, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra TH 06, Série Thoneteando, 2005, Wood and vegetal fibers, h 86 cm x Ø 45 cm , Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra TH 07, Série Thoneteando, 2005, Wood, H 90 cm x w 68 cm x 56 cm , Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra TH 08, Série Thoneteando, 2005, Wood, H 84 x  Ø 80 cm, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra TH 09, Série Thoneteando, 2005,Wood and vegetal fibers, H 89 cm (variables dimensions), Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra TH 09, Série Thoneteando, 2005, Wood and vegetal fibers, H 89 cm (variables dimensions), Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra TH 10, Série Thoneteando, 2005, Wood, H 86 x  Ø 111 cm, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra TH 11, Série Thoneteando, 2005, Wood, H 87 x  L 242 x d 58 cm, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra TH 12, Série Thoneteando, 2005, Wood, H 98 x  L 112 x w 66 cm, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra TH 12, Série Thoneteando, 2005, Wood, H 98 x  L 112 x w 66 cm, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra Chaise TH 13, Série Thoneteando, 2005, Wood and vegetal fibers, H146 x Ø 45 cm, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra TH 14, Série Thoneteando, 2005, Wood, H 87 x  L 180 x w 74 cm, Photo Credit: Maxime Ruiz TH 15, Série Thoneteando, 2006, Wood and vegetal fibers, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra Chaise TH 16, Série Thoneteando, 2006, Wood, L 240 x H 92 x d 55 cm, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra Chaise TH 18, Série Thoneteando, 2006, Wood Spiralthonet, 2008, Wood TH 10, wood, 86 x Ø 111 cm, TH 19, Série Thoneteando, 2006, Wood, 271 x 146 x 3 cm, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra Chaise Conjunto Peludo TH 21, Série Thoneteando, 2006, Wood, variables dimensions, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra TH 24 05, 2005, wood, 174 x ø 80 cm TH 24, Série Thoneteando, 2007, Wood, 130 x 45 x 60 cm, Photo Credit: Estudio Cavallero Mecedora de Angulo TH 23, Série Thoneteando, 2006, Wood, 130 x 90 x 95 cm, Chaise TH 19, Série Thoneteando, 2006, Wood, 271 x 146 x 3 cm, Photo Credit:  Juan Cavallero Bag 01, Série Prêt-à-Thonet, 2006, Wood, L 82,5 x w 41 x d 11 cm, Chaise TH 19, Série Thoneteando, 2006, Wood, 271 x 146 x 3 cm, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra Besace 02, 2006, Wood, Edition 1/1, Chaise TH 19, Série Thoneteando, 2006, Wood, 271 x 146 x 3 cm, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra Sac Bandoulière 03, Série Prêt-à-Thonet, 2006, Wood, L 103 x w 42 x d 7 cm,  Chaise TH 19, Série Thoneteando, 2006, Wood, 271 x 146 x 3 cm, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra Sac à main 04, Série Prêt-à-Thonet, 2006, Wood, EChaise TH 19, Série Thoneteando, 2006, Wood, 271 x 146 x 3 cm, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra Sac 05, Série Prêt-à-Thonet, 2006, Wood, L 52,4 x w 35,5 x d 4,2 cm, Chaise TH 19, Série Thoneteando, 2006, Wood, 271 x 146 x 3 cm, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra Sac pour concert 06, Série Prêt-à-Thonet, 2006, Wood, L 63,7 x w 38,6 x d 6,8 cm, Chaise TH 19, Série Thoneteando, 2006, Wood, 271 x 146 x 3 cm, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra Sac 07, Série Prêt-à-Thonet, 2006, Wood, L 75,5 x w 55 x d 10 cm, Chaise TH 19, Série Thoneteando, 2006, Wood, 271 x 146 x 3 cm, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra Coat, Série Prêt-à-Thonet, 2006, Wood, L 116,5 x w 48,4 x d 42,5 cm, Chaise TH 19, Série Thoneteando, 2006, Wood, 271 x 146 x 3 cm, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra Fashion Show David Delfin, Série Prêt-àThonet, 2007 Fashion Show David Delfin, Série Prêt-àThonet, 2007 Faux cul, Série Prêt-à-Thonet, 2006, Wood, H 129,5 x w 47 x d 37 cm, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra Fashion Show David Delfin, Série Prêt-àThonet, 2007 Hat, Série Prêt-à-Thonet, 2006, Wood, L 46,7 x w 31 cm, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra Headdress, Série Prêt-à-Thonet, 2006, Wood, L 82 x  w 50 x d 45 cm, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra Fashion Show David Delfin, Série Prêt-àThonet, 2007 Mini-skirt, Série Prêt-à-Thonet, 2006, Wood and vegetal fibers, L102 x w 47 x p 48,5 cm, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra Shoes 1, Série Prêt-à-Thonet, 2007,  Wood and tissu, H 18 x L 9 x w 28 cm, Photo Credit:  Juan Cavallero Shoes 2, Série Prêt-à-Thonet, 2007, Leather Wood and vegetal fibers, variables dimensions Shoes 2, Série Prêt-à-Thonet, 2007, Leather Wood and vegetal fibers, variables dimensions Shoes 3, Série Prêt-à-Thonet, 2007, Leather and tissu, L 94 x H 17 cm Shoes 4, Série Prêt-à-Thonet, 2007, Leather and tissu,  Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra Instrumental ensemble, Série Luthonnetteries, 2007, Wood, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra Thonechero, Série Luthonnetteries, 2007, Wood, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra Thoneton Tonton de Asiento, Série Luthonnetteries, 2007, Wood,Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra Thoneton Tonton, Série Luthonnetteries, 2007, Wood, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra Electric Chair, Série Luthonnetteries, 2007, Wood, Photo Credit: Carlos Yebra

Thoneteando

The «Thoneteando » series is founded on a play on associations and on meditation around Thonet Chair number 14, an icon of industrial design that was created in the mid-nineteenth century. Pablo Reinoso started this series in 2004, working on “Thonet geometry” in connection with geometric movements in art – from the Tibetan mandalas to the geometric art of the 1970s, from the constructivist to the minimalist movements. The encounters thus produced started to reveal other encounters: with absent users, with lived public spaces, the social moment presupposed by a series of chairs, stories that emerge gradually and smoothly from the spirit of these artworks; the absurd aspect of certain encounters, impossible chairs, the ones that materialize their own shadow, the ones that do not let us sit on them…