Matheus Chiaratti’s work crosses different mediums: painting, fabric, photography and literature. His artistic process starts with a reference from the history of art and literature, serving as a trigger for experimentation in the material. Towards the end of 2018, he participated in the Palazzo Monti residency in Italy, thoroughly researching the life and work of French poet Arthur Rimbaud (1854-1891). The result was his first solo exhibition in Italy, Rivolvita, at Galerie 21 in Livorno. In the same year, he was awarded the acquisition prize at the 46th Luiz Sacilotto Salon. In 2019, he presented two solo exhibitions in Brazil, one in Rio de Janeiro, at Quadra, and the second in São Paulo, a project with art consulting firm, Kura, in partnership with Pinga. He is one of the creators of Arte Passagem, an independent project which regularly invites emerging artists to interventions at a commercial display on Rua 7 de Abril, in central São Paulo.