Street artists have completed new murals inside tunnels that form part of the new Metrobus route along Avenue 9 de Julio to Constitución in the city of Buenos Aires. The theme relates to the art of Dutch painter Piet Mondrian.
Fires have been raging across Argentina in the last few weeks. The nature reserve near Puerto Madero in Buenos Aires suffered a huge blaze close to the city centre, there was also an explosion at an oil well in the province of Neuquén, and this week a fire ripped through countryside in Villa Carlos Paz, near Córdoba, with 20 fire crews and four fire-fighting planes called out to tackle the blaze and 400 people evacuated from their homes; and on Tuesday a petrol tanker exploded after colliding with a car near Rosario. Bater, Tekaz and Emy Mariani have chosen the fires as the theme of their latest spectacular mural in Martínez, Buenos Aires. Continue reading →
Emy Mariani painted a new demonic piece on Sunday afternoon at a Motorbikers festival in Saavedra. The event brought together hundreds of bikers, heavy metal and rock fans with live music, food and stalls and helped raised funds for the local community in Tatacuá near Corrientes. Continue reading →
Street artists Sabotaje al Montaje, Richar, Sau and Lar from the Canary Islands and Elmar Karla from Germany got together with Argentine artists Martín Ron, Emy Mariani and Anita Messina to paint a warehouse together in Caseros, Buenos Aires.
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 →
Aryz was one of more than 70 street artists painting at Meeting of Styles 2012 “All in One” today as the second edition of the street art festival in Buenos Aires officially got underway after the bad weather yesterday.
Emy Mariani finished a cool new mural in Colegiales on Friday called ‘Death with Tentacles’ (‘Muerte con tentaculos’). It’s one of a number of terrifying characters Emy has painted around Buenos Aires and took the Argentine street artist just three and a half hours to paint.