Fintan Magee finished his fourth and last mural during his stay in Buenos Aires a couple of days ago. The artwork is called “The Displaced” and covers the facade of a four-storey building in Saavedra and was organised by Buenos Aires Street Art..
Fintan Magee has teamed up with Martin Ron to paint a new mural in Buenos Aires called ‘Castle in the Sand’. The mural project was organised and sponsored by Buenos Aires Street Art. Exclusive photos by Buenos Aires Street Art.
Fintan Magee is in Buenos Aires and has painted a brilliant new mural in Palermo. Exclusive photos and interview with Fintan by Buenos Aires Street Art. Project organised and sponsored by Buenos Aires Street Art.
Istanbul is a great city to check out street art and graffiti and quality murals can be found on both sides of the Bosphorus as Matt Fox-Tucker of Buenos Aires Street Art found out. Continue reading →
The island of Bali is a great place to check out street art and graffiti with a number of artworks relating to local animals, culture and religion. Buenos Aires Street Art‘s Matt Fox-Tucker was there a few months ago and took these photos. Continue reading →
Our tours will show you the artistic side of Buenos Aires and the biggest murals by world famous street artists in areas that aren’t in the tourist guidebooks. Buenos Aires Street Art has organised more than 200 murals around the city and funds received from our tours help support future mural projects.
REGULAR WALKING TOURS
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday starting at 2.30pm. Walking tours start in Colegiales and finish in Palermo Hollywood visiting neighbourhoods in the northwest part of the city with murals by the likes of Blu, Fintan Magee and Alice Pasquini. Duration 2 hours 45 mins. Price US$20 or AR$1600 pesos per person. To book this tour go to our tour booking calendar below. Takes a couple of minutes and meet up details will be sent to you automatically. Or email us at email@example.com.
I recommend everybody visiting Buenos Aires to consider BA Street Art Tours as it will be really a great experience. Moreover, if you’re lucky, you can have the chance to see an artist at work! – Lucia Esposto, Italy
Having written a book on street art in BA you would be hard pressed to find a guide more in touch with what’s going on. I work with a lot of street artists in London and it was refreshing to come half way round the world and see such passion here! If you choose any tour make sure it’s this one. – Sam Mills, London
We saw a very different side of Buenos Aires that most tourists probably wouldn’t even think to see. I’d recommend it to everybody who is living here, or just passing through. – Andrew Gardiner, Australia
If you have an interest in art of any kind then I can’t recommend this tour highly enough. It was fascinating and the guide’s enthusiasm and huge knowledge of his chosen subject made the tour one of the best experiences of our month-long trip. – Fiona and Trevor Wilson, Scotland
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