ARGENTINA: Streetart Map Chascomús – Urban Art Archive and Graffiti Tracker

Chascomús is a city in eastern Argentina on Lake Chascomús in the interior of the province of Buenos Aires. The city dates back to the famous Fortín de San Juan Bautista fortifications from 1779. Photographer Analá Pertusi aka Perts Jam had visited Chascomús several times and documented extensively the fascinating urban art. Nearly 700 great photos came together at 150 spots, enough to make an individual map which is dedicated to Chascomús. Dive into the creative world and when you are around, go exploring yourself!

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PARAGUAY: Streetart Asunción – Sajonia – One of the most traditional neighbourhoods

Sajonia is a neighborhood of Asunción, one of the most traditional in the capital of Paraguay. In the area you can see sumptuous residences from the late 1800s and early 1900s, when it housed many of Asunción’s wealthiest families. Of course there are as well numerous great urban artworks in the streets and especially around the harbour buildings. Sajonia limits with the Paraguay River, and with the Tacumbú and Carlos A. López neighborhoods.

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VENEZUELA: Mérida – Historic architecture and street life in Santiago de los Caballeros de Mérida

Mérida or with its Spanish full name “Santiago de los Caballeros de Mérida”, is the capital and commercial center of the state of Mérida with 317,410 inhabitants counted in 2013. The city is as well the tourist and university center of the Venezuelan West and located in the begining of the higher levels of the Andes. There are heaps of canyons, little creeks and the mountain landscape offers numerous outdoor activities of all kind.

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ITALY: Turin Exhibition – Porta Nuova – THE WORLD OF BANKSY – 25.02. till 29.05.2022

After its major success at the Milan Central Station, the awesome exhibition “The World of Banksy – The Immersive Experience” went to Turin’s Porta Nuova and can be visited till 29th of May 2022. The exhibition highlights influential pieces from Banksy and can be perceived as the framework of his career. Art lover and photographer Luigi Savoia visited this fantastic place and documented the critical creative artworks, as well the shown short clips and the documentary movie “The Untold Truth Of Banksy” by Grunge magazine.

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ARGENTINA: Streetart Rosario – Santa Fe Urban Art Gallery – Gran Buenos Aires Province

With almost a million inhabitants, Rosario is the third largest city in Argentina after Buenos Aires and Córdoba and an important industrial center. The metropolis has earned its reputation as a cultural center above all in music. Along with Buenos Aires and Montevideo, the city is one of the cradles of tango, which developed in the late 19th century in the milieu of immigrants. The Rosario International Poetry Festival was founded in 1993 and Rosario is also the city with the highest density of theaters in the country. Of course there is also wonderful street art in the urban space!

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CHILE: Beautiful Araucanían Flora and Fauna – The Nahuelbuta National Park

Nahuelbuta is a word from Mapudungun that means Great Puma. Mapudungun is the language of the Mapuches, the inhabitants who lived in this region before the arrival of the Spanish in mid-16th century. The park that is only 37 km from the city of Angol, was created in 1939, and comprises a section of the Nahuelbuta Range, which in turn is part of Chile’s Coastal Mountain Range.

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ARGENTINA: Streetart San Nicolás de los Arroyos – Urban Art at the Rio Paraná – Gran Buenos Aires Province

San Nicolás de los Arroyos is a city on the Rio Paraná in the northeast of the greater Buenos Aires province close to Rosario. The well known port and industrial town was founded on 14th April 1748 by Rafael de Aguiar and has meanwhile around 133,000 inhabitants. The cathedral dedicated to St. Nicholas of Bari and the surrounding Pampa Ondulada are famous places of pilgrimage and popular for hiking. Of course there is also beautiful urban art and graffiti in the streets, you can even find awesome large murals on skyscrapers. Here is a collection of the best works taken by photographer and art lover Analía Pertusi aka Perts Jam.

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CHILE: Writer SNIP – Pampa Graffiti and Chilean Hip Hop Style – “Remember where you come from”

Graffiti artist SNIP sprays great artworks on Chilean streets, his pieces can be found around Ovalle, Antofagaste, La Serena or Tocopilla and many other places. He is currently based in Angol and is active there in the urban scene. In an interview with photographer Salvador Seda the sprayer tells us about his creative world, his artistic development and the fabulous HMS aka HOMIES crew.

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ARGENTINA: Travelling Painter MURDOCK ALLEN – Abstract Creations and Art Connector – Buenos Aires

Creative and passionate, Buenos Aires-based artist Murdock Allen is what you might call a traveling artist. He has already traveled the whole world and painted his works in the most unusual places in front of the viewer’s eyes. The art is always there. Murdock is concerned with bringing creativity directly to the people and also involving them. His paintings are fantastic and show utopian worlds of tomorrow in an abstract, infantile and comic-like style.

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