Upside Down Ladies of Buenos Aires

 

Street Art - Sculpture of upsidedown ladies in the Palermo Soho neighborhood of Buenos Aires

Upside-down ladies in Palermo Soho neighborhood of Buenos Aires

Walking around the Palermo Soho neighborhood of Buenos Aires I saw this sculpture of upside-down ladies. No idea why they are upside-down but sometimes I feel a little upside-down myself!

If you don’t want to rely solely on serendipitous moments to discover street art while traveling you should search online  for “public art” and often there are websites depicting the various public art in a city. I have seen street art tours advertised in various cities and although I haven’t tried one yet I like the idea of street art tour.

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Susan Moore's first solo travel experience was traveling around SE Asia for 7 months in 1993. It was life changing and extraordinary. Currently Susan is living a nomadic life, working and roadtripping around the USA and Canada. You can reach Susan Moore at Facebook or Twitter

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  1. Roger Green says:

    Aren’t we all a little UPSIDE-DOWN?

    ROG, ABCW

  2. I think Diana Ross sang a song called ‘Upside Down’, which, I believe she often was !

    Interesting sculpture Susan but wouldn’t they look better the right way UP ?

    Best wishes,

    Di.
    ABCW team.

  3. Joy says:

    Gravity defying break dancers:-) Its always a treat to find a bit of puzzling public art.

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