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SMCK Magazine #5 - From Center To Periphery

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art, art aurea, becraft, center, center toperiphery, contemporary, deichtorhallen, design, economy, jewelry, karl fritsch, Magazine, market, moon, periphery, tom sachs, urban art

Long before Covid-19, many artists had begun moving from big cities to small towns because they were unable to afford the high cost of living in the urban centers. The pandemic made these metropolises even less attractive; the lack of space and risk of contamination, cancelation of events, and revenue losses increased the pressures on freelancers. The periphery, however, had ceased to exist a long time ago. Creating in one place and selling in another is a common practice among creatives. The internet helps keeping up with trends. Zoom meetings and shows have become indispensable; they are cheap, user-friendly, and reach new audiences.

• Tom Sachs at Deichtorhallen Hamburg • ART AUREA interview • It's the economy, artist! • Karl Fritsch: I say No to projects more often • Jewelry should be worn, not collected • The Crafts Council (new) Gallery • Gian Luca Bartellone: Bodyfurnitures • Periphery and Street art • Jewelry & The City: London / Athens • And more...

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