Cuore finished a huge new mural at Centro Cultural Recoleta on Sunday that formed part of the annual art and music festival Ciudad Emergente. The title of the mural is ‘Despedida’ or ‘Farewell’.
Tigre is hosting its first ever street art festival called Tigre 100 x 100 this week with 100 artists painting 100 walls in the the city and surrounding areas in the Province of Buenos Aires. Artists are painting in three main zones around the river delta until 8th February.
The second edition of Meeting of Styles Argentina comes to Buenos Aires this week and the international street art festival under the title “All in One” will be held in the neighbourhood of Barracas over five days from Thursday 22nd to Monday 26th November. More than 80 street artists including Aryz (Spain), Gaia (USA), Nanook (USA), Saile (Chile), Charquipunk and La Robot de Madera (Chile), Entes (Peru) and Fog (Peru) will be taking part as well as many of Argentina’s most talented artists.
Street artists Lean Frizzera and Martin Ron are holding an urban art exhibition in Buenos Aires called “Pasajeros” at BCN (Biblioteca del Congreso Nacional), Alsina 1835 (y Av Callao) with the inauguration this Wednesday 24th October at 6.30pm. Continue reading →
Street artists will be painting new artworks inside Boutique (Perú 535 and Venezuela) in San Telmo this Wednesday from 7pm in the event called ‘Wild Style‘ that BA Street Art is helping to organise. The whole of the third floor of the building with its architecture designed by Gustave Eiffel is being decorated by Buenos Aires street artists. Come along and check out some live painting action with free entry before 10pm.
La Plata, the provincial capital of Buenos Aires, will be hosting its first Latin American graffiti meeting on 12th, 13th and 14th October. Street artists from Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, Peru and Venezuela will be staying in La Plata and painting some huge walls around the city as part of the Zig Zag festival.
Street artists will be painting the interior of a famous building in Buenos Aires designed by Gustave Eiffel, the architect of the world famous Eiffel Tower in Paris. The former factory that is now Boutique nightclub was built between 1906 and 1916 with the ironwork and columns designed by Eiffel brought over from France and assembled in Buenos Aires.