Street artists from Buenos Aires and Baltimore have been brought together in a cultural exchange called Roots/Raices exhibiting artworks at a gallery show and painting murals in Baltimore, U.S.A. Curated by Buenos Aires Street Art, Section1 Project and Gallery 788. Continue reading →
Street artists Dame, Georgina Ciotti, Martin Ron, Nazza Stencil, Stencil Land, Run Dont Walk and Triangulo Dorado have completed some brilliant new interventions in Plaza Miserere subte station in Once.
Artists have made a number of new interventions at the ESMA (La Escuela de Mecánica de la Armada) in Buenos Aires. During the last military dictatorship in Argentina, The Navy Petty-Officers School of Mechanics in the neighbourhood of Nuñez was used as a clandestine detention, torture and extermination centre.
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.