Nacha has painted a new mural located in Palermo, Buenos Aires that relates to women’s rights in Argentina.
The artwork entitled “No tenemos miedo” (“We’re not scared”) was completed before the coronavirus quarantine started in Argentina on March 29th.
Nacha, who is also a tattoo artist as well as a street artist, had this to say: “Let no one silence your voice screaming, saying how loud you can do it.
That they do not maintain your desire to stay asleep, making you think that it is a sin to wake you up.
That they do not bury you under the grass of duty and obedience, which grows with the risk of who takes advantage of you and will bury you until you become invisible.
That they do not extend your skirt to the knees, those who want you to live with them on the ground.
That they do not make you dig your grave with your own strength and that you cover your mouth with the bandages that you should join your wounds.
Woman never die, before they kill you fighting That you die quietly doubting if you deserve to.”
All photos © Buenos Aires Street Art