Articles by Matt Rinaldi

Born in Hartford, Connecticut in 1979, Matthew Rinaldi earned a BA in English from Fordham University in 2002. The following year he relocated to São Paulo, Brazil, where he would reside for 15 years. During that time, he learned the Portuguese language and developed a career as a translator specializing in contemporary art, culture, and photography, and working for some of the country's most prominent museums, cultural institutions, and publishing houses. Rinaldi also accumulated a scattering of writing credits, contributing chapters to Jonathan Runge's Rum & Reggae's Brasil, articles on the FLIP literary festival to Gobshite Quarterly, and a feature on the burgeoning urban farming movement in New York City to the Brazilian magazine RED Report. His literary translations have appeared in the Brooklyn Rail, Anomaly and Machado de Assis Magazine.

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