Santiago Murals


Signs of the Times (?)

Museo a Cielo Abierto 2

Museo a Cielo Abierto 3

Museo a Cielo Abierto 4

Museo a Cielo Abierto 5

Museo a Cielo Abierto 6

Museo a Cielo Abierto 7

Museo a Cielo Abierto 8

Museo A Cielo Abierto 9

Museo a Cielo Abierto 10

Museo a Cielo Abierto 11

Metro Bellas Artes – Santiago, Chile 12

Metro Bellas Artes – Santiago, Chile 13

Street Art, Mural, Cafe – Santiago, Chile 14

Santiago Murals. January 2018. Photography by JJ Montagnier. 
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10 Responses to “Santiago Murals”

  1. Debra says:

    Awesome photos.

  2. WOW! These murals are spectacular – thanks!

  3. jc says:

    Beautiful murals and photography… jc

    • Jean-Jacques says:

      The majority of these murals are in a neighbourhood quite far from the centre and is considered not very safe (but not very dangerous either). When I saw a few pictures online about this open air gallery to uplift the neighbourhood – an action that the local community is very proud of – I decided to make the effort to go out there and explore and I came away with these images – some of the murals were much more impressive that I expected and glad that I am able to show them here. Thanks for your feedback, JC.

  4. ostendnomad says:

    nice collection of murals. I’ve been a few times to santiago as well and indeed, nice masterpieces to find in Chile’s to capital( but to be honest: is Santiago is not a Street Art paradise like Buenos Aires). Great post!

    • Jean-Jacques says:

      Thank you for visiting, Ostend Nomad – yes, Smatiago is GREAT for street art! There is a lot to be found, just by walking around – here is another selection that I took on my previous visit to the city:
      Buenos Aires is great too, but I have not explored all the barrios with street art yet – I will visit there soon to check it out!

  5. Josh Gross says:

    Incredible artwork! I can’t imagine the effort and skill required to complete these murals.

    • Jean-Jacques says:

      Agreed Josh! I just don’t know how they do it on such a large scale – have always wondered about that. That’s why I think it’s always worth recording these works through photography before they disappear.

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