Art F City
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From 1983: “The artist continues to be priced out of his or her home and is forced to move on.” Decades later, artists’ rental situations remain precarious.
In Boston’s South End, a real-estate developer is incubating an art neighborhood. Whether or not this offers a sustainable future for artists in the city is unclear, but there is some good work on display.
Continuing the Sunset Park saga brought up by Paddy Johnson earlier this week, we learn the real reason why rents are going up and artists are getting kicked to the curb.
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