Argentine street artist Milu Correch completed a new mural in Barracas a couple of weeks ago. Photos by Buenos Aires Street Art. Continue reading →
Street artists took part in the second edition of Encuentro Latinamericano de Arte Urbano in Lujan over the weekend. The event started on Friday and finished on Sunday evening with artists painting murals and graffiti in different locations around the city. Continue reading →
El Marian, Mati Quiroga, Milu Correch and Lean Frizzera have painted a new mural in Parque Chacabuco celebrating 30 years of democracy in Argentina following the military dictatorship that ended in 1983. The mural project is called Democracia 30+30 that was organised by the Buenos Aires City Government with artists THG also taking part.
Argentine street artists Lean Frizzera, Milu Correch, Diego Cirulli and Clara Reichertz were among about 100 artists taking part in the IBUg Urban Culture Festival 2013 in Zwickau, Germany, over the last week. BA Street Art was there and hooked up with the artists who painted some cool new murals on the site of the abandoned iron factory.
Elmar Karla and Milu Correch completed a new mural in Villa Urquiza yesterday. It features a portrait of a stylish lady from the era of Coco Chanel holding a chameleon by a lead with a mechanical arm accompanied by a futuristic robotic lion.
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.