More than 20 street artists took part in a live painting event at the Museo de Bellas Artes Férnan Félix de Amador de Luján at the weekend and their finished paintings are now on show in the museum.
Artworks by Clip4food, Lavant, Curore, Lean Frizzera and Martin Ron
The artists participating were Lean Frizzera, Martin Ron, Cuore, Amor, Astor, Nase, Alan Sentir, Moko Estudio, Motha, More, Le Dorian, Clip4food, KWK, Tekaz, Neocs, Savant, Soloveo Paredes, Surdo, KTCT, Cowan, Satran, Cat Heaven and Muerte, Maku Bag and Renzillo Art.
Astor and Cuore with their new artworks
The 24 paintings on canvas produced by the artists will be on display for another 19 days and will then be donated to mental hospitals, clinics, schools and other institutions and public facilities around the city of Luján, which is located 68 kilometres north west of the city of Buenos Aires.
Artworks by Cowan. KWK, Maku Bag, Amor and Surdo
Design in aerosol by Neox
Nase and Moko Studio
Luján is famous for its enormous basilica built in honour of the Virgin of Luján, the patron saint of Argentina and a few of the artworks like that of Moko Studio (above right) have been inspired by her and the city being an important pilgrimage site.
Chilean artist Le Dorian
Robot head by Lean Frizzera
Monster cranes by Tekaz
Portrait by Martin Ron
Cover-up: graffiti artist Alan Sentir
Clip4food painting an artwork in Plaza Belgrano featuring a portrait of Argentine writer Julio Cortázar
Basilica of Nuestra Señora de Luján
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