Street artists from Buenos Aires and Baltimore have been brought together in a cultural exchange called Roots/Raices exhibiting artworks at a gallery show and painting murals in Baltimore, U.S.A. Curated by Buenos Aires Street Art, Section1 Project and Gallery 788. Continue reading →
Luxor is the best-known street artist in La Plata, Buenos Aires, and in the last five years he has painted more than 400 murals around the city. His striking and colourful artworks contain influences from Latin American aboriginal traditions, symbolism and popular culture. Continue reading →
Street artists took part in the second edition of Encuentro Latinamericano de Arte Urbano in Lujan over the weekend. The event started on Friday and finished on Sunday evening with artists painting murals and graffiti in different locations around the city. Continue reading →
Luxor has painted a new mural on the wall of a cafe in Coghlan. The Argentine street artist, who lives in La Plata, was in the city of Buenos Aires a few weeks ago and completed this new artwork in one day. Continue reading →
Animalito Land, Ice, Luxor, Oz Montania, El Marian, Jiant, Malegria and Primo have finished painting new murals spanning 200 metres along two platforms inside Federico Lacroze metro station on Line B (Linea B). The project was curated and organised by Buenos Aires Street Art.
Animalito Land, Ice, Luxor and Oz Montania have been painting some fantastic new murals inside Federico Lacroze subway station on Line B (Linea B). The theme is an Amazonian rain forest full of animals such as iguanas, caterpillars, piranhas, birds, insects and the artists’ own creations.