With his art, Oliviera seeks to highlight the plight of the indigenous and provoke the viewer into pondering issues such as consumerism, political corruption and the environment.
The Co-operative of San Telmo is home to dozens of residents, the booktank and hosts weekly parties. This Sunday there is a graffiti festival in which prolific local artists, including Lapiz, will cover the many walls of the abandoned mansion on the property. There will also be live music, dancing, drinks and asado on offer. The co-op is at Humberto Primo and Balcarce in San Telmo.