On a particularly colorful block of Thames in Palermo, you will find a haven for some of the most well-known street artists in Buenos Aires. You might not know it at first glance – as it happens to be perched
Let me start of by admitting something about myself. I love tours. Walking, graffiti, or a historical walking tour, they are each a sensual treat on my proverbial cake. So when given the chance to attend the <a href="http://buenosairesarttours.com
I just had the coolest day. And I have a lot of cool days, so that’s saying something. I went on a Street Art Tour with Buenos Aires Street Art.
To see graffiti and murals is an unavoidable daily occurrence. Public art enriches the already stimulating
The streets of Buenos Aires evoke many images: the men of Once hustling boxes from one street corner to the other, beautiful jacarandas in bloom in the quiet northern barrios, the undeniable charm of sitting in an old cafe on a cobblestoned street
Art-lovers alike are lured to Buenos Aires with promises of an erupting Latin American art scene. You can explore history through art at the world-famous MALBA, or for the more unconventional craftsman, the walls of
Article by Sorcha O’Higgins.
The medianeras of Buenos Aires are a distinctly porteño architectural feature. Rising up to tower above the smaller-scale buildings in their shadows, these blank side walls of high-rise apartment buildings