Meeting of different temporalities from the experience between the intimate and public spheres, different knowledge and exchanges resulting from a work animate the research of Thiago Honório, that depart from an interdisciplinary matrix. In his works, both the "mineiro" (from Minas Gerais) baroque and a "bush geometry" are evidenced in works with processional rock images, vernacular and modern architecture, manual work, literary, domestic space and public space scrambled together, from procedures of displacements and assemblies.
In 2018, he participated in the artistic residency Director's Circle, International Studio & Curatorial Program in New York, nominated by Allan Schwartzman; in 2019 – Artistic Residency Program CAMPO AIR | Artist Colony in Uruguay, nominated by Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro and Patricia Druck, Pueblo Garzón, UY; and in 2020, the artistic residency Gulbenkian Grant /AIR 351, Cascais, Portugal, appointed by Nathalie Anglès, Sébastien Pluot and Delfim Sardo.
Recent solo and group exhibitions include: Roçabarroca, Museu de Arte Moderna d de São Paulo (2020); Living Room, ISCP / NYC, New York, USA (2019); Images of Aleijadinho, MASP - Museum of Art of São Paulo, Brazil (2018); Frestas Triennial, Sesc Sorocaba, Brazil (2017); Solo, Galeria Luisa Strina, São Paulo (2016); Work, MASP - Museum of Art of São Paulo (2016); Boate Azul, in collaboration with Pedro Vieira, Pampulha Art Museum, Belo Horizonte, Brazil (2016); Titles, Paço das Artes, São Paulo, Brazil (2015); Documents (in the group show Now and then in the MAC collection), Museum of Contemporary Art USP (2013), São Paulo, Brazil; Prêt-à-porter (in the show Strangely familiar), Instituto Tomie Ohtake (2013), São Paulo, Brazil.
His work is part of collections such as: MASP - São Paulo Art Museum; Pampulha Art Museum, BH; Museum of Contemporary Art, University of São Paulo - MAC / USP, Rio Art Museum - MAR, Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo - MAM / SP, Brazilian Art Museum - MAB / FAAP, and Pinacoteca do Estado, São Paulo, Brazil.