THE PERMANENCE OF SÃO PAULO’S MUNICIPAL MARKET IN CONTEMPORANITY

Ana Alice de Oliveira Vieira

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In what concerns the Geography of Commerce and Consumption, a new form has been discussed as developed by capitalism to survive – mainly in an instance in which it lives through one more of its structural crisis – which is, the movement that spans the transition of the space of consumption to the consumption of the space, that is, the space itself becomes the principal element to be consumed. From this premise departs a study of the permanence of the Mercado Municipal Paulistano[1] in front of the transformations that occurred in the Sao Paulo metropolis, in lights of this new capitalist artifice that designates space as central to the extraction of profit.

[1] Paulistano and Paulista refer to of São Paulo, the largest metropolis in the Southern Hemisphere


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