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Saturday, 2 January 2010
Native Art Argentina
Topic: Native Art
Arte Nativo Argentina
Arte Nativo Argentina, Reseña de Producción (correspondiente a la producción de tejidos que proviene del NOA, Valles Calchaquíes, Salta) Los tapices y alfombras son tejidos en telar de caja y peine (telar criollo) de gran difusión en el noroeste argentino desde la Puna hasta Cuyo. Estos telares están construidos con madera de quina o de algarrobo, por ser más resistente, y tienen hasta 2,5 m de ancho. Las piezas se tejen en una urdimbre de hilo de algodón (grupo de hilos colocados longitudinalmente en el telar, guardando cierta tensión) Los hilos de lana de oveja o de llama, al correr de un extremo a otro del tejido aprisionando los hilos de la urdimbre, conforman la trama. Esta dinámica de tejido da origen a los diferentes diseños. Las mantas, cubrecamas y ponchos se tejen en telar de pala (telar aborigen). Este sistema es más primitivo. El telar se construye con estacas clavadas en la tierra, y el peine (pieza destinada a apretar la trama) es de hilo. En este telar se urde con lana y se teje con lana hilada fino y “torcida”. El proceso de tejido es prolongado. Comienza con el hilado, el teñido –con los pasos necesarios de lavado y previo mordentado- y el tejido propiamente dicho. La lana de llama la produce una familia que vive en Jasimaná, un paraje que se encuentra a 4 horas en vehículo desde Angastaco. Sus animales viven a más de 2800 m sobre el nivel del mar, con lo cual dicha lana es muy suave y fina, en especial por el alimento que las llamas consumen a esa altura. La lana de oveja se obtiene de la esquila de la oveja criolla; ésta tiene menos lanolina, es más suave y fina, más delicada para trabajar. La lana es hilada a mano con las puiscanas (husos de hilar). Es una labor principalmente femenina. Las pastoras, mientras cuidan el rebaño, hilan. Un grave problema, hoy en día, es que no quedan mujeres menores de 40 años que hagan este trabajo. Tomando el vellón de lana proveniente de la esquila, la hilandera elabora una mecha del grosor que desee, la ata al huso y, con la mano, le imprime un movimiento giratorio en el sentido de las agujas del reloj (como haciendo girar un trompo, excepto que el huso gira en el aire). De este modo produce un hilo de la mayor longitud posible que da origen al ovillo. El hilo que se obtiene del hilado es de una sola hebra. Una lana apta para el tejido, resistente y elástica, debe contar al menos con dos hebras. Es preciso “torcer”. La hilandera toma un nuevo huso y atando dos cabos de una misma hebra los hace girar, esta vez, en sentido contrario logrando un hilo de dos hebras. El teñido se realiza con anilinas y tinturas naturales obtenidas principalmente de vegetales y minerales. El proceso de teñido se hace a fuego de leña ya que nuestros artesanos consideran que es superior al de gas, en ollas de 100 litros o más, donde se van probando los colores. Posteriormente las madejas se enjuagan y se dejan secar al sol. Más tarde serán ovilladas para utilizarlas en el tejido. Trabajamos con grupos familiares. El tejido en telar es un trabajo principalmente de hombres; las mujeres hilan, bordan, confeccionan ponchos y mantas, hacen los flecos mientras que los hombres se dedican a teñir y tejer. Los teleros son gente humilde, sencilla, y orgullosa de su trabajo y el de su familia. Una familia de artesanos no tiene luz eléctrica y cuenta apenas con un pico de agua corriente. Planchan las mantas con planchas de hierro que calientan a las brasas. Los diseños los tomamos de la riquísima Cultura Calchaquí, transmitida de padres a hijos. Pese a que el legado cultural tiende a perderse aún perdura. Hasta hace poco estos mismos teleros emigraban de los valles a las ciudades buscando cualquier tipo de trabajo, especialmente en el área de la construcción. Con la implementación de este proyecto varias familias han vuelto a su verdadero oficio obteniendo continuidad de trabajo y reconocimiento. Las familias de artesanos con las que se empezó a trabajar hace 5 años ya son líderes en su comunidad, han organizado un comedor que alimenta a diario a 35 niños. Se han construido galponcitos donde trabajar y ya hay tres niños que están aprendiendo a tejer junto a sus padres. Hemos encontrado un trabajo para ellos y nosotros. Valoramos su técnica y la dignidad del trabajo artesanal. Rescatamos su cultura que es la nuestra, y llevamos sus productos a lugares a los que jamás soñarían con tener acceso. Tenemos una responsabilidad social con ellos ya que viven de su tejido. Hay respeto y confianza ganados mutuamente. Fernanda Parera 68 artesanía y arte
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Bob Frassinetti Travelling around South America 
And all about Antique Tours here in Plaza Dorrego, San Telmo and all Argentina, Chile and Uruguay by Bob Frassinetti. Exporting Art and Antiques World Wide. Travelling Argentina for Antiques collectibles and Art So if you are interested in Art or Antiques, and you are travelling to Buenos Aires, or to other parts of Argentina, like Rosario, Entre Rios, Cordoba or Mendoza, please feel free to email me, I can help, from Guided Tours to Exporting Antiques and Art …….. 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, Harmonica, 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. Updated 2010 Copyright Bob Frassinetti, travelling for arts and antiques in the south of South America,.......

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Posted by bob frassinetti at 2:00 PM
Friday, 18 August 2006
Native art from Argentina
Topic: Native Art

       
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Native Art. New concepts for the style that pleases the eye found in ancient traditions from Argentina.

 

 

 

Hippie Chic is the new fashion style saw in world wide run ways, on the streets of posh and modern cities such as Milan, Rome, Paris, Barcelona, New York, Los Angeles and Buenos Aires. Clothing and Fashion are really a reflection of a broader aesthetic concept that involves design, furniture, decoration, and architecture.

 

There's no question about the rebirth of natural oriented life that is combined with the latest inputs of our modern -post modern era. We need to stay put in the important aspects of life, the earth, the feel of nature and its textures, fibbers, etc.

 

Then, in this new style feature we've witnessed the rebirth of Indian, Chinese, Middle Eastern and Latin American ethnic original aesthetics. Clean minimalist lines of architecture blend gorgeously with the original folk weaving from Bolivia, Peru and North West Argentina. Mapuche southern Patagonian motives highlight the beauty of the simple and highly achieved conceptual design.

 

In these days where individuals seek for self persona, the uniqueness of ethnic design appears as a tailored option for one of a kind people.

 

Parera 68 is Pietro and Fernanda's concept of style. Our young and visionary friends work upon the concept of indigenous aesthetic. They've created Parera in a joint venture with local craftsmen and women of our country, and work together in the creation of new pieces with the ancient traditions of weaving, dying, knitting and design. Everything is based upon the natural concept of organic creation with the best input of modern times, tailored custom design.

 

 

 

Parera 68 artesian and art has tapestry, banquets, rugs made out of pure sheep or lama wool that have been weaving by hand, llama wool hand knitted and loom knitted pieces. From Salta, Catamarca, La Pampa and Patagonia as well as from the provinces of Tucuman and Cordoba, local craftsmen and women work in this project to provide the best of their traditions in the best quality.

 

This is a strong cultural project based on the communities that not only provide designers, architects and decorators from Argentina and around the globe to work with 100% original items but also allows the communities to continue developing their ancestral traditions and culture in Modern times.

 

 

 

Their own designs privilege a novel treatment of color and pattern from Pre Inca Times updated in terms of modern aesthetic conceptions. Due to the concept behind this project, and given the fact that this is a general project carried on by Fernanda, Pietro and the communities, they have the possibility of confectioning custom made textiles, rugs, tapestry, covers and bedspreads, specially done for their customers.

 

They are not dealers, or intermediate, they are the true and real thing thanks to their know-how and direct contact with the artisans; therefore they provide consultancy and developing services for designing, and conserving in perfect condition the chosen pieces.

 

Approached as art in a broad sense of the term, Parera 68 offers a one of a kind ethnic approach to style and decoration for particulars and business men and women from around the globe.Their knowledge of the production process and the symbolic significance of each and every one of their pieces allow them to provide an interesting approach to design.

 

Therefore, Pietro and Fernanda will be contributing to this blog with insightful details and information on the history of these items, the cultures that produce them and the conceptual design made by them.

 

We'll be posting their entries in this section. All in all, those interested in this brilliant design concept are welcomed to write directly to us inquiring particular information and insight, and we'll be referring them.


                 
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Updated: Friday, 18 August 2006 7:17 PM

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