Stinkfish new graffiti and artworks in Buenos Aires

Stinkfish has been in Buenos Aires and painted a series of new artworks including one with Marian Calle. Photos by Buenos Aires Street Art.

New artwork by Stinkfish with graffiti by Bitch

The Colombian street artist was in the Argentine capital in September and painted a colourful new artwork in Monserrat on the facade of this attractive abandoned building.

Details of artwork by Stinkfish in Monserrat (photo © BA Street Art)

The new design features a stunning portrait of a woman painted with aerosol.

Old & new artworks by Stinkfish (photo © BA Street Art)

Original mural by Stinkfish and Mazatl on the same building (photo © BA Street Art)

Stinkfish together with Mazatl painted a mural together in the same location in September 2014. Our photo is included above.

Collaboration between Stinkfish & Marian Calle (photo © BA Street Art)

Stinkfish also found time to team up with Argentine stencil artist Marian Calle to create this cool artwork in Parque Patricios.

Gardel-like character & Asian boy (photo © BA Street Art)

The piece featuring a Gardel-like character and an Asian boy and  has been painted on the shutters of the building that was once Cine Teatro Urquiza. The theatre once had a capacity for 1,600 people, and tango legends Carlos Gardel, Tita Merello and Aníbal Troilo, among others, performed on its stage.

Artworks on shutters with abandoned theatre behind (photo © BA Street Art)

The theatre closed down in 1960, and the premises were since used as a Chinese supermarket. Local residents in Parque Patricios have been campaigning for the former theatre to be restored and to prevent the city government granting permission for the building to be demolished and turned into apartments.

Paste-up in Microcentro (photo © BA Street Art)

And Stinkfish also left a series of paste-ups around Buenos Aires city centre.

Shutters decorated with another new paste-up by Stinkfish (photo © BA Street Art)

All photos by © Buenos Aires Street Art

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