Latin America seems like a treasure trove of street art and graffiti. I could spend hours on end looking through these works through groups on Flickr. But for people like me who can’t see it in person, that seems to be the only way to tap into that vibrant and energetic scene. In the last 2 years, I’ve come to know and love a few Argentinian street artists (a few of whom will be featured in this show) but I’m aware that there are so many others who I have yet to come across!
The Talking Walls of Buenos Aires is a group show curated by Graffitimundo, which is based around just that – bringing works by a few of Argentina’s leading street artists to a gallery in Washington DC. Opening July 13th at 6pm at The Fridge gallery, you can catch the work of Buenos Aires Stencil, Cabaio Stencil, Chu, Defi, Ever, Fede Minuchin, Gualicho, Jaz, Malatesta, Mart, Pastel, Pedro Perelman, Poeta, Prensa La Libertad, Pum Pum, Roma, Stencil Land, Sonni, Tec and Tester.
Photos courtesy of Graffitimundo
Category: Gallery/Museum Shows | Tags: Buenos Aires Stencil, Cabaio Stencil, Chu, Defi, ever, Fede Minuchin, graffitimundo, Gualicho, jaz, Malatesta, Mart, Pastel, Pedro Perelman, poeta, Prensa La Libertad, Pum Pum, roma, sonni, Stencil Land, Tec, Tester, the Fridge