Corona and Mario have just finished painting a stunning mural on the facade of an old house in La Boca, Buenos Aires. It features a cityscape with dozens of colourful houses and rooftops. You can check it out at Pinzón y Necochea.
Argentine street artist Primo has been painting a series of murals of African women around Buenos Aires. This is a stunning design he recently completed in the neighbourhood of Villa Ortuzar at 14 de Julio and Roseti.
Blu has painted a brilliant mural in Milan, Italy at Lambrate railway station depicting a series of giant bicycles riding over thousands of cars. Buenos Aires Street Art took these photos on our trip to Italy last week.
Poeta, Roma and Triángulo Dorado have been painted a huge mural in San Martín in the Province of Buenos Aires. The artists have been working on the piece for the last two weeks and Roma says it measures about 120 metres long, making it the longest if not one of the biggest walls ever painted in Argentina. Continue reading →
Cof is one of the most talented and recognisable street artists working in Buenos Aires. His humorous, colourful and brilliant cartoon characters have lit up the city, capturing the mood and bringing a smile to people’s faces. Exclusive interview by Buenos Aires Street Art.
Jaz is back in Buenos Aires and has painted a brilliant new mural using lime-based paint and charcoal. The giant piece entitled “Elección” meaning “election” mocks the political murals that are such a common sight in Argentina with propaganda supporting different parties, politicians and militant groups.
Jorge Rafael Videla was head of the military junta and rose to power in Argentina on 24th March 1976 after deposing president Isabel Martinez de Perón, the third wife of Juan Domigo Perón. Alongside admiral Emilio Eduardo Massera and Orlando Agosti, Videla ruled Argentina de facto during the National Reorganisation Process or what is commonly referred to by Argentines as ‘El Proceso’. Continue reading →
Colombian street artist Malegria has painted a brilliant new piece on the front of a house in Villa Ortuzar. Malegria got permission to paint the wall from Luis, the owner of the property.