Country : Brazil

Beto Gatti

"We are on a path that is as paradoxical as it is without return: it is in the virtual world that real modern life takes place. And there is no turning back, because the virtual world is much more interesting. It's practical. Is fast. It's addictive”


Beto Gatti (b. 1986) is a contemporary Brazilian sculptor and photographer. His art is paradoxical, as it expresses the externalization of his introspection. His sculptures convey restlessness, it leads us to daydreams and reflections. With abundant references to time and technology, he makes intersections between these two elements that permeate life in society, while invoking tomorrow in issues that agitate him today. After all, the same fraction of an hour can be time consuming for those who wait, but it flies for those who are thirsty to produce. Beto, in practice, freezes the passage of time in his creations, while drinking from the source of spirituality and existential reflections.

Gatti has worked in international campaigns for global brands and in editorials for prestigious magazines such as Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, GQ, L’Oreal and Mercedes Benz. Cristiano Ronaldo was photographed by Gatti for his jeans brand. Gatti has participated in major fairs such as Art Basel, Hamptons NYC, ArtRio, SPArt and ArtSampa. Gatti was invited to be the art director of a project for Yves Saint Laurent and to be the only Brazilian artist with an exclusive work of art created just for Qatar World Cup.


Selected Works

Recent Artists

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