Miramar is a touristic city in Argentina, that in the last 10 years, street art has begun to have an enormous presence, changing not only the urban landscape, but also the territory, and therefore society itself. The rise of street art began with the first International Art Biennial in 2013, and its sixth edition being completed in 2023.

“Pachamama” (“Pachamama” means “Mother Earth”, is a Quechua word whit special meanien use in most latin America and specially used in the North of Argentina, Bolivia and Peru). This  mural by Argentinian artist Roberto Arbizu from Jujuy was part of the First International Miramar Biennial in 2013.

About this special first edition, the BIAM sites said; “… The meeting brought together artists with important national and international careers who worked from the motto “Man and his relationship with nature.” On 14 walls measuring 3.50 x 2.50 distributed in what is now the “Esteban Svast” Biennial Park; more than 30 artists worked who, together with their assistants, created works in mosaic, sgraffito and relief techniques with polychrome direct cement…”

Created on April 21, 2013
RP11 1950, Miramar, Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Hunted by TMiramar.
Pictures by BIAM Miramar.

Marker details

Camera usedSamsung SM-G988B
Artist nationalityArgentina
Festival linkhttps://abiamiramar.com/2013-2/
Date created2013-04-21T03:00:00.000Z
Marker typeartwork