You might not know this but the walls of parking garages in Buenos Aires are prime real estate. They’re big ‘n’ ugly and often their owners are happy to turn them over to an industrious street artist
When I first arrived here in 2007, the quality of the beer disappointed me. The good cheap pivo in Prague, where I’d lived for 5 years, had spoiled me. Quilmes, the Miller Light of Argentina, just wasn’t cutting it. Once I found
I’ve been fascinated with the rise of abstract and geometric street art. The disciplined approach these artists take toward their “canvases” forces them to consider negative space in a way that most street artists working in other
Article by Rick Powell, founder of San Telmo Art & History Walk.
The walls of Buenos Aires are rarely blank and they never stop talking. It’s just that maybe we’re not always listening. After all, it’s hard
Interview by Rick Powell.
I am so sorry to see Macro go.
I’d been thinking about contacting Buenos Aires street artist Macro for months, having enjoyed the work that I had discovered while giving walking
Article and Interview conducted by Rick Powell, San Telmo connoisseur of all things artistic.
The first time Juan Carlos Lopez got a standing ovation for his cooking was when he made simple tacos for 25 hungry backpackers at an art hostel in San Telmo