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Updates from Argentina
Tuesday, 4 September 2007
Real Estate Investments here in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Topic: Buenos Aires Historical
Art and Antique Collectors, Collectibles and Real Estate Investments here in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It often comes to my mind that life’s all about taking pleasure in the things you do. Taking the most out of everything in the best possible terms. It’s not a matter of constant profit’s calculation. I’m an art and antique dealer, a collector. It comes from my heart, it’s an inner impulse. I enjoy very much a great item, interesting crafting, the uniqueness in the things I owe. I have collected items even before I was an dealer; all sort of interesting things that caught my eye. When I was a child, these actions of mine were referred as hobbies, now; I’m a collector, into all kinds of collectibles. I don’t mind labels.  Recently I got hold of an article about investing in collectibles. A very interesting piece that touched different approaches to this inversion in question. Throughout the article the author approached the pros and cons of investing in collectibles, the sales profits, the losses throughout time and the low return of your investment… It’s obvious, an item goes a long way before it’s appreciated as an antique or vintage item. For example, Christie’s –the famous British auction house- has just recently began to auction 1970s vintage items. So, you can figure out how long you’ll have to wait…To us, collectors’, waiting is not a problem, and our collectibles are not just mere money investments of which we’re expecting a monetary return soon. Most of our returns are passionate feelings awaked by the beauty of the item we’ve acquired; non tangible profits are one of the best possible returns for a collector. The exact moment in which you spot the object of your affection, when you point it out from the crowd and decide it has to be yours, has no price. Collectibles go all the way from toys to scholar items, from stamps to sculptures, art pieces, vintage trains and antique cars… Indeed, our collectibles are investments. Of course these items can be bought and sold over and over, and in each transaction we can make some extra money. But investing in collectibles is not just about the money, and anyone who’s a collector knows what I’m talking about. We, collectors, invest our time and money not just in the purchase of the item in question but also in its conservation and also in its background history. Investing in collectibles is exiting and interesting. But I don’t think we look at this “investment” in monetary terms, at least not the whole of it. I think collectors are natural investors that consider the economical side as much as the emotional and non tangible ones.  

At the moment The Buenos Aires Toy Museum and www.Artdealer.com.ar are developing a profitable Real Estate holding investment, thought by collectors for fellow collectors. Purchasing a property in one of Buenos Aires most exclusive areas and developing boutique lodging. A special location for collectors from all over the world who appreciate Argentinean made items –from vintage toys to art-, customized rooms exhibiting one of a kind collectibles, special experts on Argentinean collectibles arranging antique hunts to unknown and valuable markets within Buenos Aires, are just some of this investment’s attractive features. In terms of investments, Argentinean Real Estates is one of the most profitable ventures at the moment offering USD investment, with income and potential for capital gain as well as great returns.

 

For more information email or phone me.  As I’ve stated before, collectors invest with tangible and non tangible returns in terms of their collectibles and are investors by nature.    Invest in all that Argentina has to offer from Museum quality Art to Fashion from Antiques to Real Estate, and enjoy living with Arts and Antiques and Travelling all Argentina, Chile or Uruguay for them ....... read all about it here:  http://www.frassinetti.com   Phone:  +54 911 6965 1955 or in B's A's: 15 6965 1955 Chat any time, Bob Frassinetti  

Posted by bob frassinetti at 1:57 PM
Friday, 29 June 2007
Cafe Society
Topic: Buenos Aires Historical

Cafe Society

Where Art meets Life.

Joan Osburn.

 

Coffee is a fleeting moment and a fragrance.
--Claudia Roden




It was a pleasant cafe, warm and clean and friendly, and I hung

up my old water-proof on the coat rack to dry and put my worn

and weathered felt hat on the rack above the bench and ordered

a cafe au lait. The waiter brought it and I took out a notebook

from the pocket of the coat and a pencil and started to write.

--Ernest Hemingway



Coffee falls into the stomach...ideas begin to move, things remembered
arrive at full gallop... the shafts of wit start up like sharp-shooters,
similies arise, the paper is covered with ink... - Honore de Balzac

 

 

Cafes are an intrinsic part of every day life in Buenos Aires. Portenos -as
the people who live in this portside city is known as- feel cafes are almost
like an extension of their home, study or work environment. Probably some of
the best poems, songs, paintings, business plans, romances and break-ups have
had a Buenos Aires Cafe as their main stage.

Modern or Classic, hip or traditional, shaggy or well staged, the option is as broad as one can imagine.

This is a two century old tradition that started with the flows of European Immigrants. Those origin old continent marks can be traced in our cafes. For example, the great pleasure taken in small strong cups of espresso coffee is without a doubt Italian origin. While the Spanish input can be found in the variety of snack like appetizers known in the Peninsula as Tapas and in Buenos Aires as picada (literally meaning chopped, for it consists in small plates of cold cuts, cheese, veggies, etc) or tablita (because it was sually served in a wooden cutting board). As to the other influence, I
think France is the place; for no other country in the planet worships cafes as a philosophical round table scenario as French and Argentines do.

The combination of those influences together with the very sense of Argentines and portenos created a particular cafe culture that's typical of our capital city.

Visitors from around the globe when visiting Buenos Aires usually delight themselves with great food, but the last place they think that might raise some eyebrows is a cafe, but it happens. After the perfect grilled Argentine steak, the most delicious pasta dish and superb ice cream, the culinary surprises brought by the argentine palate might seem covered. But you haven't tried Buenos Aires flavour until you enjoy an espresso and a tostado. The consistency and rich flavor beheld in the small cup complements perfectly crispy thin bread layers mixed with just a perfect slice of ham and cheese. Within its simplicity this true Argentine combo is a treat to the senses.



Each quarter in the city has its own trademark cafe, some even more than one. Each features a unique and personal style, the conjunction of ambiance and public, those steady customers that regularly come, sit on the same table and have become part of the cafe's spirit. And such is the love and care Argentines have for those coffee houses that the government has come with a cultural patrimony project that preserves those historical and cultural icon places under the concept of Notable Cafes. There are 53 in the city of Buenos Aires, but the list broadens constantly. Cafe Tortoni, La
Giralda, 36 Billiards, La Biela, La Ideal and Bar El Britanico, are just some...................

 

This book is tiled in Spanish as Cafes de Buenos Aires, Coffee Bars in Buenos Aries
This book is tiled in Spanish as Cafes de Buenos Aires, Coffee Bars in Buenos Aries 
So if you are interested in Art or Antiques, and you are thinking of travelling to Argentina Chile or Uruguay please feel free to email me…….. Please feel free to contact Bob Frassinetti: For more information: Email: Bob Frassinetti. Press here to see all topics on Art, Antiques and Travel Information for Buenos Aires & Argentina:Everything on Art, Antiques, Collectibles as well as travel information for Buenos Aires, Argentina, Chile and Uruguay. 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! Or Phone: +54 911 4475 3983 or in B's A's: 15 4475 3983 ) Invest in Argentina Real Estate an uprunning opportunity with a Future Read The Buenos Aires Art Dealer a e-zine magazine on Art, Antiques & Collectibles from Argentina. The Buenos Aires ArtDealer, Argentina.

And so if you are interested in Fashion 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.

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Invest in Argentina Real Estate an up running opportunity with a future, a recommendation by Bob Frassinetti Copyright 2007 Roberto Dario Frassinetti.  Phone me direct to my mobile phone: 00 54 911 44 75 39 83. Or when in B's A's: 15 44 75 39 83. Or to my studio: 00 54 11 47 92 47 87 in Buenos Aires, Argentina

 


Posted by bob frassinetti at 2:07 PM
Updated: Friday, 29 June 2007 2:38 PM
Thursday, 7 June 2007
Roof top Down Town Historic Buenos Aires & Defensa Street 251
Topic: Buenos Aires Historical

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.

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Posted by bob frassinetti at 1:54 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  
So if you are looking to buy art, antiques or collectibles from Buenos Aires, Argentina, then check this my web cam for all kinds of items, I can show you my office and any item LIVE, and for more information: Contact me See "artdealer_ar" profile on Yahoo, I'm online now!:You can chat with me using Yahoo Instant Messenger. Email : Email Bob Frassinetti. Read more about items, Press here to see : A Daily up date on Art, Antiques as well as Collectibles from Bob Frassinetti, Art Dealer & Journalist. So if you are interested in any item, from Art, Antiques, passing threw 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", Tractor, Typewriters, Watch, Weapons, Weather Vanes, Wood Carvings, Wooden, World's Fair, to say Wristwatches. For more information on what we can get you: Email Bob Frassinetti. And see our webzine magazine, The Buenos Aires Art Dealer, Argentina. For information on the subject

 

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.

 

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 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.....
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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!

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