Graffitimundo is a multi-disciplinary platform supporting Argentine urban artists and the local street art scene.
Tour revenue will provide support to local artists and the Buenos Aires art community.
Adults, Families, Professionals
2 to 18
Easy (short walking distances, low or no physical effort)
Clothing & Equipment
Camera, Comfortable shoes for walking, Hat, Sunglasses, Sunscreen lotion, Water
This tour explores the south side of Buenos Aires and the historic, industrial barrios of La Boca and Barracas. These neighborhoods, steeped in art and history, are home to some of the largest, most spectacular murals in the city, as well as recent urban art festivals and artistic projects. This tour delves into the historical framework that has shaped the different facets of Buenos Aires' graffiti and urban art movement and takes you to see large scale projects far off the beaten path. Along the way, you will get an in-depth look at the effect of politics, economics, and social change on Buenos Aires street art and activism. You’ll finish the tour with a greater understanding of how Buenos Aires’s history has influenced public expression.
Varies by tour, Buenos Aires, DF, Argentina
To promote the urban art scene in Buenos Aires and support local artists.
Providing free tours for public school groups
Connecting artists with institutions and the public
Educating others about the street art scene through talks
Creating a documentary called ‘White Walls Say Nothing’
Writing a book called ‘Battlegrounds and Playgrounds’