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Hollow City: Hardback: Verso Books: 9781859847947: 04 Dec 2000: Reporting from the frontlines of gentrification in San Francisco's Mission District, the author deplores the skyrocketing rents and corporate buy-outs that may be coming soon to a neighbourhood near you. California's Bay Area is home to nearly a third of the venture capital and internet businesses in the United States, generating a boom economy and a massive influx of well-paid workers that has transformed the face of San Francisco. Once the great anomaly among American cities, San Francisco is today only the most dramatically affected among the many urban centers experiencing cultural impoverishment as a result of new forms and distributions of wealth. A collaboration between writer-hiostorian Rebecca Solnit and photographer Susan Schwartzenberg, Hollow City surveys San Francisco's transformation?skyrocketing residential and commercial rents that are driving out artists, activists, nonprofit organizations and the poor; the homogenization of the city's architecture, industries and population; the decay of its public life; and the erasure of its sites of civic memory. Written as a tour of the city's distinctive characters and locales, Solnit's text grounds the current evictions in earlier histories of urban renewal and the economic geography of artists, from Haussmann's impact on the Paris of Baudelaire, to the relationship between the Beats and San Francisco's African-American community during 'negro removal' of the 1950s. She investigates the ways wealth is now clear-cutting the cultural richness of American urban life, erasing space for idealism, dissent, memory and vulnerable populations. Schwartzenberg's photo-essays document the profusion of construction and demolition projects in the city, the imperial spaces of dot-com businesses, the proliferation of retail chains, and the rapid disappearance of areas in which artists can live and create. They feature works by more than a dozen San Francisco artists. Urban Communities, , , , Hollow City, Rebecca Solnit, 9781859847947, Verso Books, , , , ,

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California's Bay Area is home to nearly a third of the venture capital and internet businesses in the United States, generating a boom economy and a massive influx of well-paid workers that has transformed the face of San Francisco. Once the great anomaly among American cities, San Francisco is today only the most dramatically affected among the many urban centers experiencing cultural impoverishment as a result of new forms and distributions of wealth.A collaboration between writer-hiostorian Rebecca Solnit and photographer Susan Schwartzenberg, Hollow City surveys San Francisco's transformation-skyrocketing residential and commercial rents that are driving out artists, activists, nonprofit organizations and the poor; the homogenization of the city's architecture, industries and population; the decay of its public life; and the erasure of its sites of civic memory.Written as a tour of the city's distinctive characters and locales, Solnit's text grounds the current evictions in earlier histories of urban renewal and the economic geography of artists, from Haussmann's impact on the Paris of Baudelaire, to the relationship between the Beats and San Francisco's African-American community during `negro removal' of the 1950s. She investigates the ways wealth is now clear-cutting the cultural richness of American urban life, erasing space for idealism, dissent, memory and vulnerable populations.Schwartzenberg's photo-essays document the profusion of c architecture,arts music and photography,buildings,city planning and urban development,politics and government,politics and social sciences,public affairs and policy,social sciences,sociology,specific demographics Arts, Music & Photography, Verso

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Hollow City: The Siege of San Francisco and the Crisis of American Urbanism
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Solnit, Rebecca

Titel:

Hollow City: The Siege of San Francisco and the Crisis of American Urbanism

ISBN-Nummer:

9781859847947

Drawing on architectural history, contemporary urban studies, and vivid, first-hand description, Solnit projects the end of city life for Bohemians and its baleful consequences for American culture. 50 photos.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781859847947
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1859847943
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2001
Herausgeber: Verso
182 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,612 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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