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Pablo Reinoso at Waddington Custot | SOLO SHOW

September 2020

This Autumn, discover new and iconic works by Pablo Reinoso at Waddington Custot London through two Special Focus digital exhibitions, accompanied by a presentation of the artist's work at the gallery's Cork Street space.

Gallery presentation: 
4 – 26 September 2020
11 Cork Street, Mayfair, London W1S 3LT, UK

Digital exhibitions:
Special Focus: Part I  online from 4 September – 25 October 2020
Special Focus: Part II  online from 23 September – 25 October 2020

Accessible via Waddington Custot's website.




Curly Bench, 2019, sculpted wood and steel, 260 x 360 x 130 cm

The first online exhibition, titled Special Focus: Part I (September 4-October 25) will center around artworks made from wood, one of the artist's signature working materials. Iconic pieces will be presented next to newer artworks, including Articulation VI (2020), made from the branch of a fallen tree, serving as a reflection on the complex interaction between humanity and nature. This first digital presentation will be followed by Special Focus: Part II, (September 23-October 25) echoing the themes of the first exhibition through a focus on the artist's steel production. The two online exhibitions will also be an occasion to have an insight into the artist's work in his Malakoff studios through two new behind-the-scenes films shot for the occasion.

The digital exhibitions will be complemented by a gallery presentation at Waddington Custot's London gallery space. Bringing together pieces made between the early 2000s and the present day, the exhibition represents a rare occasion to have a comprehensive overview of the artist's recent production, from the "Thoneteando', 'Spaghetti Bench' and 'Frames' series to his latest work on the 'Garabatos', continuing the artist's ongoing reflection on materiality and on the possibility of exceeding the constraints presented by his working materials of choice. 

For more information, please download the exhibitions' press release.









© Rodrigo Reinoso