Title:
The Art of Re-Industrialisation in Shanghai
Author:
Xin Gu: Queensland University of Technology, Australia
DOI:
10.3384/cu.2000.1525.124193
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Year:
2012
Volume:
4
Theme:
Theme: Shanghai Modern: The Future in Microcosm? Edited by Justin O’Connor and Xin Gu

Pages:
193-211
No. of pages:
19
Publication type:
Article
Published:
2011-01-30


This paper deals with the development of ’art clusters’ and their relocation in the city of Shanghai. It first looks at the revival of the city’s old inner city industrial area (along banks of Suzhou River) through ’organic’ or ’alternative’ artist-led cultural production; second, it describes the impact on these activities of the industrial restructuring of the wider city, reliant on large-scale real estate development, business services and global finance; and finally, outlines the relocation of these arts (and related) cultural industries to dispersed CBD locations as a result of those spatial, industrial and policy changes.

Keywords: Creative clusters; art; cultural industries; creative industries; urban regeneration; cultural policy; re-industrialisation

Volume 4, Theme:: Theme: Shanghai Modern: The Future in Microcosm? Edited by Justin O’Connor and Xin Gu

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Author:
Xin Gu
Title:
The Art of Re-Industrialisation in Shanghai:
DOI:
10.3384/cu.2000.1525.124193
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