Entes, Pesimo and Corona together with Jade, Seta Fuerte, Roma and Vespa have transformed a crumbling building in Constitucíón with some amazing new artworks. Exclusive photos by Buenos Aires Street Art. Continue reading →
Corona and Roma are painting a new mural in Recoleta that features a townscape with colouful rooftops. The two street artists started the new design on the facade of a house on Sunday and hope to finish it later this week. You can check it out at the intersection of Soler and Jose A. Cabrera.
Out on the town: Corona and Roma
House proud: Corona
Climbing high above the rooftops: Roma
It’s been a few weeks since these guys have painted any new murals in Buenos Aires. This is the latest collaboration by Sam, Corona, Roma and Warrior painted on Wednesday in front of an abandoned town house in Villa Urquiza.
Guns, prostitution, rape, drugs, child abuse and domestic violence. These are the everyday horrors going on inside an Argentine slum. Colombian Valeria Aboleda who lives in the ‘villa’ with her partner Carlos told Buenos Aires Street Art how she hopes street art can change the lives of the people living there.
Polish street artist Yola has travelled to Buenos Aires to recreate a 19th century painting that forms the centrepiece of a spectacular collaboration with artists Jaz (Argentina), Other (Canada) and Corona (France).
Buenos Aires is one of the most romantic cities in the world – it’s home of the tango, elegant French-style architecture, no shortage of beautiful people and of course the amor latino. Continue reading →