La colonización de barrios céntricos por artistas

Elke Schlack, Neil Turnbull

Resultado de la investigación: Article

5 Citas (Scopus)

Resumen

There is an increasing population of artists close to the Avenida Italia sector in Santiago. These newcomers have rejected the well-off suburbs of the city in search for luminous but affordable spaces, and have discovered the quality of neighborhood life in the meantime. In North America, Europe, and in neighborhoods with large concentrations of artists, there has been a rise in the number of residents with greater income as well as higher end commerce, which in turn produces a drift of original residents to other parts of town. This has put the own characteristics of Avenida Italia neighborhood at risk, which are, ironically, what motivated artists to come to the area in the first place. The incipient and notorious gentrification of the Avenida Italia sector in the Commune of Providencia2 has encouraged us to research the characteristics of this recent transformation. We analyze possible threats as well as future opportunities from a conciliatory perspective, one that looks into this spontaneous social mix in a way that helps everyone-bread maker, artist, mechanical worker, carpenter, and house wife-benefit from the renovation of the area.

Idioma originalSpanish
Páginas (desde-hasta)2-5
Número de páginas4
PublicaciónRevista 180
Volumen24
EstadoPublished - 2009

Huella dactilar

Artist
Colonization
Residents
Income
Suburbs
Commerce
Gentrification
Threat
Wives
Renovation
Newcomers
Commune
Bread
Workers

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Visual Arts and Performing Arts
  • Architecture

Citar esto

Schlack, Elke ; Turnbull, Neil. / La colonización de barrios céntricos por artistas. En: Revista 180. 2009 ; Vol. 24. pp. 2-5.
@article{dca927fc9ab6459da0bae570ff91fe46,
title = "La colonizaci{\'o}n de barrios c{\'e}ntricos por artistas",
abstract = "There is an increasing population of artists close to the Avenida Italia sector in Santiago. These newcomers have rejected the well-off suburbs of the city in search for luminous but affordable spaces, and have discovered the quality of neighborhood life in the meantime. In North America, Europe, and in neighborhoods with large concentrations of artists, there has been a rise in the number of residents with greater income as well as higher end commerce, which in turn produces a drift of original residents to other parts of town. This has put the own characteristics of Avenida Italia neighborhood at risk, which are, ironically, what motivated artists to come to the area in the first place. The incipient and notorious gentrification of the Avenida Italia sector in the Commune of Providencia2 has encouraged us to research the characteristics of this recent transformation. We analyze possible threats as well as future opportunities from a conciliatory perspective, one that looks into this spontaneous social mix in a way that helps everyone-bread maker, artist, mechanical worker, carpenter, and house wife-benefit from the renovation of the area.",
keywords = "Gentrification, Neighbourhood, Urban renewal",
author = "Elke Schlack and Neil Turnbull",
year = "2009",
language = "Spanish",
volume = "24",
pages = "2--5",
journal = "Revista 180",
issn = "0718-2309",
publisher = "Universidad Diego Portales",

}

La colonización de barrios céntricos por artistas. / Schlack, Elke; Turnbull, Neil.

En: Revista 180, Vol. 24, 2009, p. 2-5.

Resultado de la investigación: Article

TY - JOUR

T1 - La colonización de barrios céntricos por artistas

AU - Schlack, Elke

AU - Turnbull, Neil

PY - 2009

Y1 - 2009

N2 - There is an increasing population of artists close to the Avenida Italia sector in Santiago. These newcomers have rejected the well-off suburbs of the city in search for luminous but affordable spaces, and have discovered the quality of neighborhood life in the meantime. In North America, Europe, and in neighborhoods with large concentrations of artists, there has been a rise in the number of residents with greater income as well as higher end commerce, which in turn produces a drift of original residents to other parts of town. This has put the own characteristics of Avenida Italia neighborhood at risk, which are, ironically, what motivated artists to come to the area in the first place. The incipient and notorious gentrification of the Avenida Italia sector in the Commune of Providencia2 has encouraged us to research the characteristics of this recent transformation. We analyze possible threats as well as future opportunities from a conciliatory perspective, one that looks into this spontaneous social mix in a way that helps everyone-bread maker, artist, mechanical worker, carpenter, and house wife-benefit from the renovation of the area.

AB - There is an increasing population of artists close to the Avenida Italia sector in Santiago. These newcomers have rejected the well-off suburbs of the city in search for luminous but affordable spaces, and have discovered the quality of neighborhood life in the meantime. In North America, Europe, and in neighborhoods with large concentrations of artists, there has been a rise in the number of residents with greater income as well as higher end commerce, which in turn produces a drift of original residents to other parts of town. This has put the own characteristics of Avenida Italia neighborhood at risk, which are, ironically, what motivated artists to come to the area in the first place. The incipient and notorious gentrification of the Avenida Italia sector in the Commune of Providencia2 has encouraged us to research the characteristics of this recent transformation. We analyze possible threats as well as future opportunities from a conciliatory perspective, one that looks into this spontaneous social mix in a way that helps everyone-bread maker, artist, mechanical worker, carpenter, and house wife-benefit from the renovation of the area.

KW - Gentrification

KW - Neighbourhood

KW - Urban renewal

UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=84902786257&partnerID=8YFLogxK

M3 - Article

AN - SCOPUS:84902786257

VL - 24

SP - 2

EP - 5

JO - Revista 180

JF - Revista 180

SN - 0718-2309

ER -