Garageland is a stylish arts and culture magazine published by Transition, from its base in East London. Garageland has been affectionately referred to as a 'cultural trash magazine' by The Guardian Guide's Jessica Lack, voted top of the ICA's Hit List and commended for its 'suggestions and provocations' in the Independent on Sunday.
Garageland Reviews is Garageland's extra curricular persona. It is an intrepid little blog containing reviews, comment and articles that add to the ideas published in the magazine.
If you are interested in writing for the blog contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kirsty Buchanan is an artist, currently on a post graduate drawing programme at the Prince's Drawing School, she is an alumni of Central saint Martins and Duncan of Jordanstone college of art in Dundee. Buchanan makes drawings and films that explore the relationship between intimacy and drawing.
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Sarah Kathryn Cleaver is a London based writer and photographer. Her work revolves around cultural references, in-jokes and unrequited love. She lives in a mezzanine.
Annabel Dover is an artist overwhelmed by the beautiful sights of everyday and the troubling things people do.
Paul Kindersley is an artist, stalker, makeup enthusiast and pervert based in London. See Youtube and Twitter for more information.
Cathy Lomax is the founder of Transition Gallery and the editor of Arty and Garageland magazines. Her writing has appeared in Feast, GQ Style and The Rebel. Her recent exhibitions include The Secret of England’s Greatness at HangART-7, Saltzburg, Austria and 2010 Jerwood Drawing Prize. In 2014 she will be undertaking an Abbey Painting Fellowship at the British School in Rome.
Alex Michon is an artist, writer and one of the directors of Transition Gallery. A 1982 Goldsmiths Fine Art Graduate she went on to work as a designer for The Clash. She has contributed articles to Garageland, Arty and a-n. She co-edited Transition's review zine The Critical Friend with Olly Beck and has taught writing at BSix College in Clapton.
Travis Riley is the editor of Garageland Reviews. He is an artist and writer whose work has been shown at Transition Gallery and Modern Art Oxford. Publications include Aesthetica Magazine, Afterall Blog and Garageland.
Alicia Rodriguez writes about art and makes art about telling stories. Her work has been featured in The F-Word and in Tender Journal. Since graduating in 2013, she has mostly been studying feminist literary theory and playing on-line word games.
Alli Sharma is the assistant editor of Garageland Magazine and co-director of Transition Gallery. An artist, and writer, her recent exhibitions include Diamond Geezer at WW Gallery and I Remember at A Side, B Side. Alli also blogs artist interviews on Articulated Artists.
Corinna Spencer is a Coventry based painter who exhibits nationally and internationally. She is the Transition gallery press officer and a regular contributor to Garageland Magazine.
Mimei Thompson is an artist based in London and part of the editorial board of Garageland Magazine. Her recent exhibitions include Wanderlust at the Old Vic Tunnels and 2010 Jerwood Contemporary Painters.
Joe Turnbull is a culture critic and commentator for The Guardian, Frieze, Garageland and The Upcoming. He is also subeditor of two emerging culture magazines, Novel and Gorilla Film. As a politics graduate, Turnbull's writing explores the lines of intersect between politics and culture looking not just at overtly political art, but at the politics of cultural production and reception.
Liza is reading English Language and Literature at University King’s College London. An artist herself, she paints commissioned portraiture and Tibetan Iconography. Liza authored fortnightly art reviews for LondonStudent in her first academic year and was appointed Arts Editor of the newspaper in 2012. She is currently interning at Offer Waterman & Co.
Mary-Claire Wilson studied English Language and Literature at Oxford University. Her writing has appeared regularly in Spike Magazine and One Stop Arts, as well as on the popular YouTube channel, Erased Culture. Her fiction has been published by WorldReader, Cooldog, Readwave and Momaya Press. She runs her own contemporary art blog (maryclairewilson.wordpress.com) and enjoys margaritas and online shopping, preferably at the same time. Tweet her @bitesizedmary.