Goodbye 2006 Welcome 2007
Topic: Bob Frassinetti
....... and yes, Our 2006: a year of growth and development
As it happens at the end of every year, we find ourselves in time of reflection and balance. We wish to appreciate the road we’ve walked thru this past year, for it has been a wonderful, positive and amazing time of growth and development as we stated in the title of this piece.
With the aid of time, a lot of effort and a fairly earned reputation, our projects have developed to an outstanding point, helping us to shape our ideals and passions into productive ventures.
This year, our Toy Museum has began to transition from it’s virtual show room online to real exhibits in and around the city, featuring not only a great assistance of public but also fabulous reviews in several prestigious media.
Our Art + Retro Toys show at the British Arts Center of Buenos Aires was a success. Children and adults alike loved it and it was a stepping stone into showing our project to locals who are passionate about vintage toys, their history and stories. Major local publications such as La Nacion and Clarin news papers, which are the two largest news papers in Latin America published articles on our show. I was interviewed by the top notch magazine veintitres. And we shared our expertise in toys in over 30 radio shows of Buenos Aires. The worldly reputed Pampers hired our one of a kind toy show to present to the public and media their newest product Pampers Evolution in a wonderful event.
Visitors from the US, Australia, Europe and New Zealand discovered Buenos Aires’ hidden cultural and social treasures with our customized tours tailored to suit their needs and likes. We’re happy to say that we’ve made new friends throughout this wonderful year hoping to see them again soon.
In the world of Argentine Masters such as Vito Campanella’s works, among others, have traveled a long way from Southern Buenos Aires to the US to enrich private collections with the top notch quality of some of Argentina’s finest artworks. Working upon the request of our collector clients, we are strengthening the input of Argentine art in world wide collections for those who appreciate sophistication and talent in the arts, finding those one of a kind paintings that collectors appreciate so deeply.
Antique collectors from distant locations such as Italy, Germany, France, Britain, America and Hungary to mention some, hired our expertise services to personally hunt down their favorite antiques in this wonderful market that is Argentina, featuring fabulous outcomes.
A new and amazing feature we’ve develop this year thanks to our expert writers were a broad range of research projects on Argentine and Foreign steam tractors and antique vehicles found or made in our country. Our reader’s feedback has been wonderful. And specialized collectors hired us to hunt down antique trains and antique tractors, steam engines and cranes for them. Handling everything from the research information to the actual hunt to handling all the paperwork and exporting them to the US and England, we’ve done it all.
Throughout this year we also provided our traditional expertise service for art and antique dealers from around the globe who come to Argentina seeking those one of a kind antiques that would set their business apart from the rest. Acquiring antiques and collectibles from the Argentine market requires specialized assistance in handling not only the purchases themselves, but also in working out the special exportation of the container and shipping. With our experience in this field we have provided assistance to several buyers, dealers and importers in order for them to get the best antiques from Argentina.
Since we began this project, we knew that what made us different from the rest was the fact that we not only were passionate about what we did, but that we sustained our work and sayings with reliable information, research work and insightful articles. All of our information and insider’s data is available to world wide readers thru our free access web. It’s our belief that sharing the information is what makes the whole difference; it’s what sets us apart from the rest, because an informed client makes informed decisions, and that’s our hope.
Sharing our point of view on Argentina, its culture and history, its economy and politics has helped travelers and dealers, investors and researchers and we’re proud of this outcome.
Thanks to our articles on Real Estate and the ins and outs of the Argentine economy, we’ve helped investors from around the globe to make an informed decision into investing in our country. Recently our clients bought amazing properties in Argentina with our expertise service and help, all throughout the process, from finding that perfect place that would be your home in BA to signing the deed.
2006 has been a wonderful year for all these new ventures. From an artistic oriented business perspective we’ve also incursion into the world of Fashion and Design. Guiding our clients all throughout the process of contacting Argentina’s finest designers from casual ware to couture one-of-a-kind items, our business and artistic background has provided them with a novel approach to fashion, business and style.
Indeed, this has been a wonderful year filled with joy and pleasant work. It wouldn’t have been possible without our magnificent team and friends.
Hoping for an even better 2007, Art Dealer Team wishes you all a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukah and a Wonderful New Year 2007.
So Welcome 2007!
So if you are interested in Art or Antiques, and you are travelling to Buenos Aires, Argentina and need help, please feel free to email us…….Please feel free to contact Bob Frassinetti: For more information: Email: Bob Frassinetti. Press here to go back to web blog:Daily Updates on Art, Antiques, Collectibles as well as travel information for Buenos Aires, Argentina. Phone me thru Skype, ID: Bob Frassinetti or you can also chat with me thru Yahoo, press here:
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Updated: Thursday, 11 January 2007 5:02 PM