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Perdido en Buenos Aires…

Mural by Andrés Zerneri, in Palermo Viejo. (all photos by the author for Hyperallergic)

A blue stencil of Salvador Dali that popped up all over town.


A portrait by the Portuguese artist known as Vhils, famous for his relief portraits made with dynamite

Near the underpass of a commuter train on the outskirts of Palermo, I came across this piece.



Colorful and unmistakable in style, this is a detail shot of a mural by the Argentinean artist JAZ.


A colorful and theatrical mural by an unknown artist.


This mural, titled Apocalypse Love by Stencil Land, is part of an urban mural project in the poorer neighborhood of La Boca, which hopes to revitalize the passageway Paseo Garibaldi that links El Caminito and La Bonbonera.

Also along Paseo Garibaldi, this mural by Stencil Land shows Michaelangelo’s David holding a maté and a teapot.

San Telmo, the old town of Buenos Aires, full of street fairs, antique shops, colonial buildings, and tourists, is also full of street art.

San Telmo mural.


The painterly portrait of the Argentinean artist Nicolás Romero, known as Ever.





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