Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Abstract Graffiti in Expressionism Style

Abstract Graffiti in the Barracas Neighborhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina
I found this graffiti in the Barracas neighborhood in Buenos Aires. It's very close to the Parque Lezama in San Telmo. I'm not sure what the street artist was going to express here, but the style of the graffiti feels like an experimental approach of crossing styles such as Cubism and Comic.
Do you like abstract art?

8 comments:

Per Stromsjo said...

I like abstract art in places where it's been invited. No idea about the local circumstances in this case. In my book vandalism is never welcome, regardless of what kind of talent the perpetrator believes he has.

Good shot, anyhow.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Excellent graffiti - much, much nicer than anything in my neighbourhood.

peenkfrik said...

I like art. It's nice to see different styles of graffiti.

Jacob said...

Picasso gone mad?

Marie-Noyale said...

I do enjoy Abstract Art.
Both by Trying to find by myself what's in the painting or when the artists explain what they wanted to show

-K- said...

Abstract art makes less of an impact on me than it has in the past. Although Mark Rothko, in my opinion, remains very strong.

The graffiti that you photographed here I like however. Its more than just a kid goofing off with spray paint.

Anonymous said...

My grandson just returned from Buenos Aires. He said street graffiti is not only accepted but encouraged in this area. Some companies even pay the graffiti artists to paint their buildings with graffiti such as this. He was very impressed with it, said most of it was beautiful.

grolou said...

HY , i make this graffiti with mys friend fumakaka from peru
if you want to see more
www.grolou.tk
thanks a lot

disculpenme que mi ingles no es muy bueno :)