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Entries with Keyword “street art”

Tomorrow, July 18th, marks the 25th anniversary of the largest terrorist attack in Argentine history. In 1994, 85 Jews died and hundreds more were injured in a bombing of the Argentine Israelite Mutual Association (Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina) building…

There is an element to being British in Argentina that other foreigners do not likely experience. Every so often, while chatting in a taxi or buying groceries at the verdulería, the question of where I’m from arises. And, though usually …

While many of today’s digital age storytellers appear to fancy themselves as artists, how many of these “artists” truly understand the impact of a properly told story? This was the question I was forced to confront as I traveled to

They say we never forget our first time… I think that’s especially true when it comes to RRAA.-. I remember mine like it was yesterday. There I was, lying face-down and prone on a terrace bench, the tattoo artist known

Time to come out of hibernation as the weather is looking good for this well-deserved long weekend, and if you’re struggling to decide what to do with all the extra free time, why not check out the city’s local art …

Walking around Buenos Aires, you may have begun to notice small posters in primary colors here and there. Geometric and simple in design, the postcard-sized prints have sprung up across the city, in the most unassuming places. Stuck onto electrical …

Are you feeling a bit drab? Does it seem like the color has gone from your life? After a May jam-packed with artistic events, from arteBA to FACA, it’s easy to feel a little hard done by as we …

With the return of the cold after a few balmy days, and grey, stormy skies above, it’s never been more appealing to stay home and hunker down to catch up on your favorite Netflix series. Staying home, however, would really …

Born in France, raised in the US, based in Seoul: playful artist and poet Andy Knowlton is a traveller at heart. After graduating college in Washington DC, he worked for a newspaper for a year before realizing that he had …

It’s a Saturday afternoon and the Subte D is packed (when is it not?) when el Rapero del Tren steps into the car. Unlike your run-of-the-mill street performer that barely registers on the radar of the bleary-eyed passengers, he’s able …