Beto Gatti Brazilian, b. 1986

"All art is political, a commitment to the world and the moral of life."

Beto Gatti is a Brazilian artist who lives in Rio de Janeiro. 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.

In 2021, he took his first steps in the digital world of crypt art, quickly consolidating himself among the main Brazilian artists making use of this new and revolutionary way of expressing art.Beto Gatti is a contemporary Brazilian sculptor and photographer. 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.


Recently Gatti has started creating his Pop Art sculptures. His sculptures evoke restlessness, which causes us to contemplate and daydream. He makes frequent connections between the aspects of time and technology that pervade social life while also bringing up topics that are troubling him now.


In 2022 Gatti was invited to be the artistic director for a project for YSL. He has participated in Art Basel, Hamptoms NYC, ArtRio, SPArt and ArtSampa and has been the only Brazilian artist with an exclusive art piece created for the Qatar World Cup. Most recently, in 2023 he was invited to participate in the Swerve Festival, one of the most exclusive festivals in the world, in Al Ula Saudi Arabia. Gatti created a unique sculpture called ‘Intersection’, depicting the four pillars of the festival: well-being, art, music, and fashion. He believes that these elements are interconnected, transforming into a single element, and that intuition, creativity, and passion are the key to this connection. Gatti has become one of Brazil’s most popular contemporary artists as a versatile creative who continues to collaborate with many global brands and fashion magazines.