Tecnópolis is Argentina’s brand new science, arts and technology fair, located just outside of Capital Federal, Buenos Aires.
The vast, sprawling site features countless exhibits and installations, together with some incredible murals from Argentine artists and art collectives. Following the storming success of the exhibition “Fuera de la Linea“, Lucas Zambrano & Soledad Zambrano were invited to curate what has effectively become Argentina’s largest open air exhibition of work from Buenos Aires street artists.
The towering walls of an exhibition hall offered an enormous shared canvas for a number of artists, including Pastel, Poeta, Mart, Roma, Nazza Stencil, Ever, Triangulo Dorado, Jaz along with Defi, Tec & PMP from the FASE collective. Together they transformed the non-descript warehouse into an extraordinary outdoor gallery, a testament to their talents and remarkable ease working at enormous scales.
A second space featured smaller walls surrounding the Circe de Soleil exhibit. Unfortunately some of the best pieces have been hidden from public view by the backstage area for the performers, but we sneaked behind the barriers to take some photos of works by rundontwalk, bs.as.stncl, Cabaio Stencil, Stencil Land, Vuala, Proyecto Fauna & the Federacion de Stickboxing.
There are small selection of pieces below, and you can see more on our flickr here.