Architectural Photography

Buenos Aires Cafés

Twenty Five Notable Places


  • Photography by
  • Andrés Negroni
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Buenos Aires Cafés

Twenty Five Notable Places

Architectural Photography

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  • Edition: English Language
  • Size: 7.48 x 9.65 in / 190 x 245 mm
  • Format: Portrait
  • Pages: 400
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Photographs: 150
  • Weight: 1.8 kgs
  • Rights: World Rights Available
  • Price: USD $65 / €59 / ₤42
  • description

  • Cafés are the true symbols of the distinctive neighborhoods and quarters of Buenos Aires. They are an integral part of the lives of the city's inhabitants and an indispensable component of its urban landscape. They have also always been extremely important in the cultural history of the city, serving as venues for regular gatherings of the city's many artists, writers and tango composers. Buenos Aires cafés are similar to those of Paris and Madrid. While in other cities people might only stop for a quick drink or meeting, in Buenos Aires people can spend hours in their favorite café, talking to friends, reading the newspaper, studying or listening to music. This book contains a selection of twenty-five of these wonderful places, as depicted in the photography of Andrés Negroni. It shows some fine examples of the grand architecture of the previous century and portrays in intimate detail the furniture, art and social rites of café lovers.
  • biographies

  • Andrés Negroni is a Photographer and a Cinematographer. Since the mid 90s he has worked as a cameraman and director of photography in film and television productions. He co-directed the documentary short film “The Queens”, which was selected in the “Seedbed of Talents” section of the 20th Mar del Plata International Film Festival 2005, and won the “Metropolitan Culture, Arts and Science Promotion Program” of the City of Buenos Aires in 2006.
    Simultaneously, he has contributed to several books of architectural studies and has often been published in specialized magazines, such as Summa+, Living, Hábitat and Facility Magazine and the architecture supplement of La Nación newspaper. In 2009 he won 1st Mention in the photography contest “Buenos Aires, Today. Bars and Cafés”.

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Cafés are the true symbols of the distinctive neighborhoods and quarters of Buenos Aires. They are an integral part of the lives of the city's inhabitants and an indispensable component of its urban landscape. They have also always been extremely important in the cultural history of the city, serving as venues for regular gatherings of the city's many artists, writers and tango composers. Buenos Aires cafés are similar to those of Paris and Madrid. While in other cities people might only stop for a quick drink or meeting, in Buenos Aires people can spend hours in their favorite café, talking to friends, reading the newspaper, studying or listening to music. This book contains a selection of twenty-five of these wonderful places, as depicted in the photography of Andrés Negroni. It shows some fine examples of the grand architecture of the previous century and portrays in intimate detail the furniture, art and social rites of café lovers.

  • Photography by Andrés Negroni

Contributors Biographies

Andrés Negroni is a Photographer and a Cinematographer. Since the mid 90s he has worked as a cameraman and director of photography in film and television productions. He co-directed the documentary short film “The Queens”, which was selected in the “Seedbed of Talents” section of the 20th Mar del Plata International Film Festival 2005, and won the “Metropolitan Culture, Arts and Science Promotion Program” of the City of Buenos Aires in 2006.
Simultaneously, he has contributed to several books of architectural studies and has often been published in specialized magazines, such as Summa+, Living, Hábitat and Facility Magazine and the architecture supplement of La Nación newspaper. In 2009 he won 1st Mention in the photography contest “Buenos Aires, Today. Bars and Cafés”.

  • Edition:English Language
  • Size:7.48 x 9.65 in / 190 x 245 mm
  • Format:Portrait
  • Pages:400
  • Binding:Hardcover
  • Photographs:150
  • Weight:1.8 kgs
  • Rights:World Rights Available
  • Price:USD $65 / €59 / ₤42