Veja São Paulo magazine, 26/02/2020, p. 76
Tatiane de Assis
Amarello magazine, 10th anniversary edition, December 2019
A special collaboration creating a dialogue between a work and its reference, Rivane Neuenschwander's (a)casos eróticos series.
The nostalgic eternalization of classical art history returns here in its already digested state – the narrative suggested by Chiaratti for occupying all the available space of PINGA exists as a constant exercise of memory. Icons of a common imaginary weave a recreated fable, a game of resignifying proceeds as an unfolding of such an experience. (...)
The articulation of elements as a rebus evokes a technical construction, almost cinematographic of the image. The proposition allows the capture and revelation of an essence that goes beyond what the eye can capture.(...)
The purpose seemed from the beginning an essentially romantic idea: an American artist and a Brazilian one left New York and São Paulo for an itinerant residency in the cities on the Royal Road in Minas Gerais. (...)