Alfredo Segatori has been painting the biggest mural in the world by a single street artist in Buenos Aires. The giant artwork measures more than 2000 metres squared and covers three adjoining buildings in Barracas. The work goes on… Continue reading →
Pelado is painting a huge mural on a factory building in Barracas that includes portraits of real life people and workers from the neighbourhood. The project is the third phase of the mural project named ‘The Return of Quinquela’ that stretches an entire block close to the Riachuelo River.
Pelado has been painting the largest mural in Buenos Aires and what is thought to be the biggest created by a single artist in Argentina. The giant artwork measuring 1,300 m2 in Barracas by the banks of the Riachuelo river is called ‘The Return of Quinquela’ (‘El Regreso de Quinquela’) and features a portrait of the Argentine painter Benito Quinquela Martin as its centrepiece.
Pelado completed a new mural on the front of an orthodontist surgery in Recoleta this week. If features a cool self portrait of the artist himself as a dentist pulling a tooth from a patient’s mouth with pliers. Ouch! Continue reading →
Pelado completed his spectacular mural named “Por una Cabeza” near the Hippodrome in Palermo last night. The design features a portrait of Carlos Gardel with his band next to jockey Irineo Leguizamo riding his racehorse ‘Lunático’.
Street artists finished some stunning artworks on the final day of Meeting of Styles 2012 in Barracas, Buenos Aires, on Monday. Among the most spectacular interventions were a number of artworks featuring animals and the natural world. Photos for Buenos Aires Street Art by Federica Alice. Continue reading →
More than 40 street artists finished painting new artworks on the third floor of Boutique nightclub in San Telmo last night turning the building with its architecture designed by Gustave Eiffel into a museum of urban art. Photographer Adri Godis was covering the ‘Wild Style’ urban art event for BA Street Art and as her wonderful photos show, the artists have brought some of the darker areas of the historic building to life with their colourful and imaginative designs. Continue reading →