Street artists have been helping to transform Teatro Mandril, the theatre and perfomance space in San Cristóbal.
Mart has painted a new mural in Almagro. His latest design features one of his classic bicycles and he’s dedicated the artwork to his grandmother who lives in the old people’s home across the street.
Ever, Jaz, Mart and Run Dont Walk have painted a one of the tallest murals in Buenos Aires. The collaboration measuring 25 metres by 3.5 metres was completed yesterday with each of the four artists painting two floors each of a nine storey hotel in Recoleta.
Tecnopolis, the science, technology and art show opened in Villa Martelli in the Province of Buenos Aires on Friday. The 60 hectares site has dozens of pavillions dedicated to subjects such as Earth, Fire, Air and Water. Street artists Martin Ron, Lean Frizzera, Emy Mariani and Diego Cirulli have painted a series of murals in Plaza de la Memoria. And the exterior of a former warehouse building, that has been converted into a performance space, has been decorated by some of Buenos Aires’ best-known artists including Jaz, Ever, Mart, Roma, Tec, Triangulo Dorado and Nazza Stencil.
In many cities you might think street artists would get into trouble for painting walls in public places but that’s rarely the case in Buenos Aires, where the city government has put up a plaque recognising the talents of Ever, Jaz, Mart and Poeta and thanking the artists for transforming an outdoor space.