Topic: Glass made in Argentina
Apartment Building Defensa Street 251 is next to several Historic sites in this oldest and most loved part of BA, next to the City Museum, across street from the Saint Francis Church, on the corner is a famous Pharmacy with paintings on the ceiling and just round the corner is the Puerto Rico Bar well known its coffee and meals....... the Pink House and Plaza de Mayo are just a bit under 400 feet away. And if you have the right connections why not a bit of “mate” with the President and a short speech from Evita’s Balcony ........
Video Clip on Roof top Down Town Historic Buenos Aires & Defensa Street 251, please allow a few seconds to pass before playing this video clip. Let your PC download it completely before you "PLAY".
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 this email address: Email: Bob Frassinetti.
Auctions in Buenos Aires are a great option for collectors, art and antique dealers and gallery owners from around the globe.
The fact that Latin American art is growing worldwide in terms of prestige and acceptance is clear to us all. During the late 90s it was Christie’s auction house the pioneer who saw the market evolution line in the world of Latin American Art, Antiques and Collectibles. Back then the major and oldest auction house in the world and Argentina’s finest and most traditional auction house Naon, joined ventures to work in the local market. Since then, several auctioneers from around the globe began to work in the country. Sotheby’s owns an auction house in Buenos Aires, working very well.
This Years 2007 Calender is full of Local auctioneers such as Arroyo Gallery, Roldan, Bullrich, Banco Ciudad Auctions, as well as Sarachaga –just to mention some- are working strongly in the local and international scene.To buyers around the globe, Latin American auction houses are appearing more appealing by the minute, not only for the broader of the options, but also for the favorable exchange rates with European and American currencies. All in all, buying art and antiques in South America and Argentina in particular isn’t free of rules and paperwork to handle. There are specific regulations to follow, licenses are required and know how involved in acquiring and exporting art. Up coming auctions in the City of Buenos Aires, Naon will be and will have on Show part of Mr Arturo Paz Anchorena’s collection, on the 29 of June, 2007. Roldan has an auction in June under preparation and will be giving the date soon. Like wise Arroyo is preparing its June and July Auction with no date as far as today……. Martin Sarachaga is having an a exposition for its future auction on the 5 of July 2007. And Sarachaagas expositions will be on the 12 to 16 of July and its auction on the 17 to 18 of July, seems that it will be a large one. The Video Clip of th Banco Ciudad is for the 7 of June starting at 18:00 hrs at Esmeralda 660, City of Buenos Aires. Some of the best know Argentinean contemporary artist are there like Vito Campanella, Raul Soldi, Guilla Kosice, Antonio Berni, Antonio Sequi and the list goes on. Email for more information.