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Geographical mobility has become a norm of contemporary art. This article examines the spatial dynamics of artists as they face the challenges presented by peripheral territory in visual arts, putting their mobility and flexibility to the test. Whether staying anchored in a geographical area or moving abroad depends on the dominant scheme within the world of art. The globalization of contemporary art promotes the formation and recognition of "hypermobile" artists, but it can also lead to local strategies of withdrawal.doi:10.1515/sjs-2017-0019 fatcat:kpvxu2gxhjhf5eijlecbc23tuq