Fortuna Balnearis, conceived especially for Edicola Radetzky, functions as a kind of “urban room”, intimate but exposed to the gazes of passers-by;(...)
July, 2022.

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Giulio Verago




Brazilian poet Anderson Lucarezi wrote four poems after my works.
February, 2022.


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In Conversation With is a project held by galeria Aura. In this second edition, the guests are Matheus Chiaratti and Martin Lanezan.
February, 2021.



Neon Daylight

is a Great Pleasure

Some words on the process of one-month residency in Italy. October, 2020

Villa Lena Foundation Journal.


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Palazzo Monti &

Mana Contemporary

group show

An retrospective exhibition showcasing 130 works. Curated by Edoardo Monti. October, 2020



Notes inspired by the workshop led by Ulisses Carrilho at EAV Parque Lage, 29/07/2020


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Forrest Bess fictional letter

by Matheus Chiaratti

PIVÔ Arte e Pesquisa, blog, 29/06/2020


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O Estado de São Paulo, 01/05/2020

Júlia Corrêa


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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.


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Thais Teotonio



​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. (...)

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Julie Dumont



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.(...)

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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. (...)

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 Nathalia Lavigne