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Thursday, 31 May 2007
The National Museum of Fine Arts Buenos Aires
Topic: Art

MNBA

 

The Museum and a bit of its History. The National Museum of Fine Arts, known in Spanish as el Museo de Bellas Artes, and by its initials, MNBA.  The Building is located on the Avenue of the Liberator number 1473 in the Recolecta area, of the City of Buenos Aires. The building dates from 1870 and in what was once used and known as the old House of Pumps, building that was owned and run as part of the water works of the neighbourhood  Recoleta and by the Sanitary Works of the Nation, OSN.

 

Inaugurated on the 23 of May of 1933, with the presence of the then President of the Nation, Agustin P Justo and with the help of the Association of Friends of the Museum, that had been created the 22 of October of 1931. From its inauguration to the present days, the museum has been modernized and updated with several reforms. In 1961 a new Pavilion was added.

 

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Art Argentina History Topic: Art Modern Art in Argentina The evolution of nouvelle art lines has always been a reflection of a deeper kind of evolution that is a new world conception growing and developing in society. By 1810 what was soon to become Argentina was breathing the new waves of modernity thru means of the influx of the newest trends of thought exported by the French Revolution. We can see the sub terrain impact of the influence in a critical breaking point evidenced by the fading of the seeming ever strong religious theme proper of Colonial times. In stead, there was an evident growth of pictorial activities featuring portraits and custom like scenes. In the early days of the 19th century, the flow of immigration to Argentina was nothing compared to what it would become by mid 1800; however, the southern American vice royal capital received a large number of international artists who temporarily relocated to our country. It’s interesting to see the evidence of the influence our region had on these artists and their works, for you can see how they blended with the local feel, for their works exhibit insightful scenes of every day customs and life in the River Plate. An English sailorman Emeric Essex Vidal (1791-1861), left behind when he returned to his homeland, a set of water colors with text that offer an amazing snap shot of our region’s past. Carlos Enrique Pellegrini (1800-1875), an Italian engineer who came to the River Plate to work on developing public services, ended up taking upon oil painting in the rough days of the Independent wars when all public administration was put on hold. Adolfo D'Hastrel (1805-1875), was yet another sailorman who while in Argentina developed a collection of drawings and watercolors. Cesar Hipolito Bacle (1790-1838), developed a lithography collection on outfits and customs of the province of Buenos Aires. Raimundo Monvoisin (1790-1870) and Mauricio Rugendas (1802-1858) were yet two other foreign artists who left a durable mark in our artistic history. Monvoisin who lived in Buenos Aires and latter on relocated to Chile, was the man, mind and hands behind Gaucho Federal and La porteña en el Templo. Rugendas, on the other hand created outstanding Works such as Desembarco de pasajeros en Buenos Aires and Mariquita Sanchez de Mendivillie’s portrait. Throughout the 19th century, Argentine artists of great skills such as Carlos Morel (1813-1894) and Prilidiano Pueyrredon (1823-1873), left a perdurable mark in our history of Arts. Another turning point in the development of the Arts in Argentina would become when reaching the middle of the century. It was then when a group of young artists began to actively participate in the organization of Artistic institutions such as the Fine Art Stimulus Society, the National Museum of Fine Arts and the Academy of Fine Arts. These innovations were the result of a tight bong established between the group and the nouvelle art movements that were taking place in the old continent. Eduardo Sivori’s fine Works and style would be considered as the introductory of naturalism in Argentina, evoking eloquently the Argentine country side traditional folkways theme. Angel Della Valle took upon the challenge and followed Sivori’s style adding a true personal flavor. Reinaldo Giudice (1853-1927) and Ernesto de La Carcova (1866-1927) brought to Argentina a formal repertoire of neoclassic, romantic and naturalist elements adapting these techniques to the newly born cultural context of Argentina. The new century came together with new impulses within the local art scene. The introduction of impressionism was done by Martin Malharro (1865-1911). Malharro along with Faustino Brughetti (1877-1956), Walter de Navazio (1887-1919) and Ramon Silva (1890-1919), turned the Argentine painting history upside down, when their landscape works began to become the true star of our artistic world. Argentine specialists on the evolution of the local art scene agree in pointing the age of the 1920s as the turning point in the Argentine Arts. It was then when a true modernization of the plastic language took place. Working all together, at the same time, were Emilio Petorutti, Group of Paris, Alfredo Guttero, Xul Solar, the Artists of the People, the La Boca group among others. Them all, from a broad variety of formal and ideological angles, began to question the local state of art. They began to develop a parallel art scene apart from the official organizations and created open spaces for new artists far away from the cannon, allowing experimentation, self definitions and exploration of new aesthetic lines… The ever growing and developing art scene was a reflection of a Cultural Revolution taking place in the country. From this moment on, the arts in Argentina will evolve and revolt constantly, positioning our country in the list of culturally at the avant-garde in the international scene.

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Updated: Thursday, 31 May 2007 6:11 PM
Wednesday, 30 May 2007
San Telmo Vegtable & Antiques Market Place
Topic: Buenos Aires Historical

San Telmo Vegtable & Antiques Market Place

This outstanding San Telmo Market was built back in 1897 by the famous architect Juan Antonio Buschiazzo. Combining a typically modern Italian fa¿ade with a more English styled inside made in iron and glass, the San Telmo Market place is not only a tourist sight and trade mark -this is the last monument of it's kind... but an ode to our past and traditions there are no further market buildings currently working as products markets in the city.

The construction of this gorgeous building expresses a very particular and special time in Argentina's history, for in 1880 Buenos Aires is finally declared the nation's capital city, and soon after this turning point in our history, BA' mayor, Torcuato de Alvear begins to carry on the ambitious modernization of the city. Architect Juan Antonio Buschiazzo will play a crucial role both in the public administration and the construction and architectural field designing modern Market places, hospitals, public buildings, churches, cemeteries and particular buildings...

The architectural technique chosen by this fabulous architect for the San Telmo market combines the hygienist proposal -so famous back then- with the advantages of modernism and it's new material inputs. It can be appreciated from the inside of the market that the main concept that guided the construction was sanitation and hygiene, there are no inside walls, instead, a strong and gorgeous iron structure blended with glass creates a spacey environment. The outside fa¿ade's main focus it's a huge arch at the entrance -which exhibits a true Tuscany style at the arched main door benefiting from the building's highest point. This design is projected inside the building, through the various iron arches, transformed and methamorphed into a spacey multifunctional interior.

With a traditional eclectic feel typical from Buenos Aires the San Telmo market is a worldwide known tourist attraction for it's architecture as well as antique market. However the greatness of this Market is that within it's walls one gets one of a kind vintage items at the same time we can shop our daily groceries and stop for a quick lunch at the fabulous North-west Argentinean-Bolivian bistro... a glass of wine and their fantastic potato omelet is a must!

Ocupying almost a whole block the market limites to the north with the intersection of Carlos Calvo and Bolivar St. and to the south with Estados Unidos and Defensa St. the Market opens Tuesday thru Sundays from 10 am to 7 pm.

 

 

San Telmo Vegtable & Antiques Market Place, Image Gallery. This outstanding San Telmo market was built back in 1897 by the famous architect Juan Antonio Buschiazzo. Combining a typically modern Italian façade with a more Enghlish styled inside made in iron and glass, the San Telmo Market place is not only a tourist sight and trade mark –this is the last monument of it’s kind… but an ode to our past and traditions there are no further market buildings currently working as products markets in the city. With a traditional eclectic feel typical from Buenos Aires the San Telmo market is a worldwide known tourist attraction for it’s architecture as well as antique market. However the greatness of this Market is that within it’s walls one gets one of a kind vintage items at the same time we can shop our daily groceries and stop for a quick lunch at the fabulous North-west Argentinean-Bolivian bistro… a glass of wine and their fantastic potato omelet is a must! Located at the intersection of Carlos Calvo and Bolivar St. the Market opens Tuesday thru Sundays from 10 am to 7 pm.Email Bob Frassinetti. The Buenos Aires Art Dealer,Argentina. Bob Frassinetti. Copyright 2005. Roberto Dario Frassinetti.
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San Telmo Market 1897  
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Topic: Buenos Aires Historical

Without a doubt we could mark with cross this location as the heart of one of Buenos Aires oldest and most interesting quarters christened after a very famous and beloved priest Saint Peter Gonzalez Telmo. The historic Buenos Aires and San Telmo neighborhood is very small, limiting to the following streets and avenues Chile, Piedras, Caseros , Defensa, Martin Garcia, Paseo Colon, Brasil and Ing. Huergo.

 

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Posted by bob frassinetti at 1:59 PM
Tuesday, 29 May 2007
Evita, don't cry for me Argentina
Topic: Buenos Aires Historical
Evita, the Pink House and the crowds of followers in the May Square, a story behind the Musical  
The Pink House, down town Buenos Aires

The Pink House overlooking the Plaza de...

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Most people around the globe might know the story of “Evita, don’t cry for me Argentina” thanks to pop star Madonna's performance in the musical film under the same name, or well thru means of the Broadway or Piccadilly Circus show. However Evita is as much as or even more than the ideal picture of a blond woman addressing the masses from some balcony on a Presidential Palace of South America, a Pink House balcony; especially to a great many of Argentines whose lives changed completely thanks to her doings. But we are not here to judge her, only to let you know about her. Before Evita, and before Evita was Evita, women in Argentina didn't vote, didn't evolve in Politics, and didn't do the many other things that would take a paper itself to enumerate. She was to be known as the ambassador of the Poor thanks to her broad charitable work. She was born as Maria Eva Duarte. In the early 40s she became Eva Peron, but the masses christened her as Evita. She soon transformed into a role model who broke the traditional moulds upon which women in Argentina were shaped. She turned the page in history and politics and thru a brief moment, changed the possibilities for the less privileged in our country.  Side by side, her husband the famous General Peron, she became the alma mater of a novel political movement that was christened Peronismo, a populist political movement that altered Argentina's history for once and for all. Nothing was the same after her. She was a turning point, the first female turning point in our recent history. Evita, was either beloved or hated, but no one was indifferent to her and her doings. The poor loved her, while society women despised her for altering the state of things. Maria Eva Duarte was born in Los Toldos, a small town in the province of Buenos Aires in 1919. She spent her childhood in Junin, another town in the B’s A’s province after her father died a couple of years after she was born. At age 15 she feels restrained in her small hometown and moves to Buenos Aires, the big city to become an actress. Her success wouldn't be immediate, but she would achieve every one of the goals she sets for herself. Her life would change in January 1944. At a Charitable event on behalf of the victims of a horrendous earthquake that had hit the province of San Juan a couple of days ago, she meets the then, Coronel Juan Doming Peron. They would immediately fall in love, and marry only two years after. By February 1946, Peron would become president of our country and she would be a valuable ally, becoming the direction of the female branch of the peronist movement. Her political work had both a strong political and social imprint. Thru means of the Eva Peron Foundation she would build hospitals, nursing homes for the elder or single mothers, schools, and much more. Her charisma was impressive, and her popularity grew at an outstanding rate. Her speeches were of an amazing strength and power: as  she says in her own words, “When I chose to become Evita, I know I chose the path of my people. Today, four years after I made that choice, I find it very easy to prove I did as I said” “No one except my people call me Evita”  “The shirtless workers were the only ones who did so. Men of power, politicians, ambassadors, businessmen, intellectuals, professionals, who visit me don't ever call me Evita, they address me as Madam, and they see me as nothing else but Eva Peron. But the shirtless, on the other hand, don't know me but as Evita. I introduced myself to them as such the day I met with the humble ones of my land, for I said that I'd rather be Evita to them than the Wife of the President”, if Evita was in any way, she was an aid to mitigate some of the pain and sorrow they were going thru, the poor and dominated classes of the workers. “If you were to ask me which of these forms I prefer I would immediately answer: I best like it the name my people gave me, my fellow argentines, brothers, the humble of my land”  Evita had a brief and fugacious life. She suffered a dreadful cancer, and passed away on July 26th 1952 at a very young age. National Mourning lasted over 14 days, but people still grief her death today. Defensa Streer 251 and Everything along this Street.....
Everything along Defensa Street, starting from Hipolito Irigoyen and the May Plaza, May Square, the heart o Buenos Aires, Everything along Defensa Street, one of the most visited and well known streets of the Historical art and antique area of the City of Buenos Aires, Starting out from the May Square, la Plaza de Mayo, and the heart of this fabulous and romantic, vibrant City. We are to being our walk with our back to the Plaza and the central monumental there the Pyramid a homage to the May Revolution. The 25 of May of 1810. Plaza de Mayo and the Pyramid in its centre: Argentine lifetime Scenario ……….For more information: Email: admin@frassinetti.com 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: Yahoo Contact Find me on MySpace and be my friend! .
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The Plaza de Mayo and the Pyramid seen from Defensa Street 
Plaza de Mayo and the Pyramid in its center as we know it today are the representation of Independent Argentina. The original plaza was the Plaza Mayor of the Colony but along with the Revolution of Independence came a new denomination for public spaces: it became Victory Plaza when Buenos Ares defeated the English invaders and after the Revolution of Independence. It was then, also, when the Pyramid was constructed. It was conceived as an Obelisk that would be the center point of the city, however, it transformed into a pyramid in 1856 by Prilidiano Pueyrredon. For more information: Email: admin@frassinetti.com 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: Yahoo Contact Find me on MySpace and be my friend!

Need an apartment along Defensa Street in between San Telmo and Plaza de Mayo, the heart of Buenos Aires, Press Here. And so if you are interested in Art, Design or Antiques, and you are travelling to Buenos Aires, Argentina, or to Santiago, Chile or even Montevideo, Uruguay and need to buy and export these items or only need tips and travel information, please feel free to email us…….Please feel free to contact Bob Frassinetti with thsi email address: Email: Bob Frassinetti.

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Posted by bob frassinetti at 12:48 PM
Updated: Tuesday, 29 May 2007 1:09 PM
Monday, 28 May 2007
Saint Francis and Defensa 251
Topic: Buenos Aires Historical

The Church of Saint Francis and across the Street, Defensa 251

Located at the intersection of Defensa Sreet and Alsina Sreet is this monument to the first order of Minor Frails that established in Buenos Aires, back in 1583, Juan de Garay the city founder, awarded the Franciscan order with the whole block in which today is located the Basilica.

Buenos Aires Defensa 251 the church on the corner, inbetweent San Telmo and Plaza de Mayo this apartment

Press the above photo for this Photo Gallery of The Church of Saint Francis in Historic Buenos Aires, down town along Defensa Street, across form Defensa 251, Argentina

The first church of the Franciscans in Buenos Aires began its constructions during the early 16th century, however the church did not take its current shape until 1731, when a Jesuit architect Andres Blanqui and the Sevilla Fray Vicente Muñoz took in their hands the project, which was inaugurated on March 25th 1754.

The extremely humid weather of Buenos Aires and the use of perennial materials were some of the reasons to the collapse of its façade in 1807. It would be reconstructed by Tomas Toribio in the years to come.

The current aesthetic of the church did not take final shape until 1911, when the German Architect Sackman altered its neoclassical style inspired by the Bavarian baroque technique.
The main façade features a very elaborate work alike the towers, atrium and dome. The construction of the church features a single very long structure with small chapels to the side.
The main altar is the only one that remains original from the 17th century, for all the others were made in 1911, and some of them had to be replaced after a huge fire that took place in June 1955. 

But the truly breathtaking aspect of this church is the outstanding front, mixing secular and religious figures in a one of a kind pantheon like sculpture: St Francis of Asis, Giotto, Dante Alighieri, and Christopher Columbus.

One other amazing feature of this impressive basilica is the St Roque Chapel. Every 16th of the month, the chapel is opened to the public, for this is his holly day. Inside the beauty is outstanding and the craftsmanship of the imaginary brilliant, the highlight: the polychrome wooden images of the 18th century. 
 

See Image Gallery for Saint Francis of Assisi is one of the most beloved catholic saints of all times. And there are several reasons for this to be this way that one can discover when reading about this holly man’s life and doings. Born with all a man could need for a peaceful and tranquil life, he chose his faith over his wealth; he chose those in needs and in pain over his selfish needs. He devoted his time and energy to all God’s creations, not just men but also animals, plants, etc. That’s why frequently images, carvings and statues evoking St Francis feature not only his figure dressed in the brown rustic tunic with a rope on the waist but also birds and wild animals surrounding him. According to his biographers he had a special sensitivity to perceive God’s essence in each and every one of his creations; hence, resisting the body’s impact and listening to his soul, St Francis approached each and every one of God’s creatures with such kindness and purity of heart that not even wild wolfs attacked him. 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.
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St Francis of Assisi is one of the most beloved catholic saints of all times 
That’s why frequently images, carvings and statues evoking St Francis feature not only his figure dressed in the brown rustic tunic with a rope on the waist but also birds and wild animals surrounding him. For more information :Email Bob Frassinetti. Press here to go to The Buenos Aires Art Dealer, a webzine magazine on Art, Antiques & Collectibles made or found in Argentina. The Buenos Aires Art Dealer,Argentina. Bob Frassinetti. Copyright 2005. Roberto Dario Frassinetti. Click here to join artandantiques
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Posted by bob frassinetti at 2:39 PM
Updated: Monday, 28 May 2007 6:07 PM
Sunday, 27 May 2007
The Buenos Aires Herald and Defensa 251 San Telmo
Topic: Real Estate Argentina

San Telmo, Flea Market
San Telmo,flea market,Feria de San Telmo, a touristy antiques market that fills the Plaza Dorrego with stalls heaped with all kinds of antiques, colletibles from costume jewelry, to vintage movie posters, toys made in Argentina and gorgeous Art work from all over the world.Open every Sunday.
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San Telmo for Antiques 
So if you are interested in Art or Antiques, and you are travelling to Argentina please feel free to email us…….. and what about Collectibles and just to mention some like Advertising, Advertising Art, Architectural, Art Deco, Auto Parts, Badges, Banks, Beswick, Bottle, Bottle Openers, Bronze, Button, Calendars, Candy Containers, Carnival Glass, Chandeliers, Christmas, Coca Cola, Corkscrews, Elvis Presley, Ethnic Art, Ethnic Toys, Fans, Fishing, Fishing Reels, Folk Art, Francisco Adaro, Furniture, Lamps and lightning items, the wild 60's and 70's, Garden Furnishing, Girl Scout, Glass Art, Glass Contemporary, Golf, Halloween, Inkwells, Insulators, Ivory, Japanese Woodblock Prints, Jewellery, Judaic, Kitchen, Knife, Lamps, Lighters, Lightning Rod , Majolica, Match Holders, Medical, Motorcycles, Music, Napkin Rings, Nautical, Netsuke’s, Nutcrackers, Paintings, Liberato Spisso, born Buenos Aires, Argentina. 14 March 1903, Portrait Artist, Viski, Jean ( Janos ) 1891 - 1961, Old Car, Paper, Paperweights, Pens, Pencils, Pencil Sharpeners, Pepsi Cola, Perfume Bottles, Pewter, Phonographs, Photography, Postcards, Posters, Prints, Radio, Railroad , Records, Steam Tractor, Scientific Instruments, Sewing, Sheet Music, Silver, Souvenirs, Sports, Stero Cards, Stereoscopes, Telephones, Television, Tools, Toys, "The Buenos Aires Toy Museum. Argentina", or a Tractor, Typewriters, Watch, Weapons, Weather Vanes, Wood Carvings, Wooden, World's Fair, to say Vito Campanella. 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: Yahoo Contact Find me on MySpace and be my friend!

Our ad is running in The Buenos Aires Herald, an English written newspaper with prestige from this Saturday, 26 of May 2007 for seven days, both in the printed section of the classified ads as well as the On-Line version of the newspaper….    Fully furnished apartments Apartments for RENT on Defensa Street 251, on the second floor …… One and a Two Bedroom Apartment, in between San Telmo and Plaza de Mayo, the heart of the city of Buenos Aires. Both are fully furnished and with style. They have amongst other things a High Speed Internet connection. And are suited with all of today's comfort in an Architectural Historic Building resembling those found in cities like Paris or Madrid. They are available for Rent, from one week, fortnight, and month or longer. No commission, administration nor Real Estate fees, free pick up at the airport. For more information e-mail, admin@frassinetti.com also visit our web site www.frassinetti.biz for everything on Art & Antiques as well as Travel Information for Buenos Aires and Argentina by Bob Frassinetti, Mobile phone for international calls +54 911 4475 3983 or in Buenos Aires,  Mobile phone 15 4475 3983.   Photo Galleries; See surrounding neighbourhood areas as well as building front and inside and interior photos …..   
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  So if you are interested in Art, Design or Antiques, and you are travelling to Buenos Aires, Argentina, or to Santiago, Chile or even Montevideo, Uruguay and need to buy and export these items or only need tips and travel information, please feel free to email us…….Please feel free to contact Bob Frassinetti with thsi email address: Email: Bob Frassinetti.

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Updated: Sunday, 27 May 2007 6:41 PM

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