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 →
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.
Ice and Oz finished a stunning new mural at Ciudad Emergente in the Patio de Tilos at Centro Cultural Recoleta last night. It’s entitled ‘Ciudad Emergencia’ (City Emergency) and features many of the incidents, disasters and problems that Buenos Aires has experienced over the last few months.
Street artists including Acra, Cabaio Stencil, Cons Kamikaze, Cuore, Dame, Dinamita, Ice, Jus Justina, MPC, Oz Montania and Sabiok painted some stunning new interventions on a huge wall at Huracán Sports Centre in Parque Patricios last week.
Street artists including Luxor, Acra, Ice, Oz Montania, Erica Chun Li, Zesar, Japem, Iron, Tosh, Chaman, Lacast Stencil, Cons Kamikaze, Mat C, Nero, Cafe and Krauz have transformed a school and a nearby building in La Plata, Buenos Aires, with some stunning designs.
More than 260 street artists descended on La Plata at the weekend for the Zig Zag graffiti festival and painted some incredible designs and artworks around the city. Artists from France, Spain, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, Venezuela and Uruguay were among those taking part.
Oz Montania is one of more than 250 artists who are taking part in Zig Zag, the Latin American meeting in La Plata during three days from 12th to 14th October. Oz spoke with Buenos Aires Street Art about the influences in his art and his passion for painting in the street and his thoughts about Zig Zag and painting in La Plata, Buenos Aires. Continue reading →