Transition Gallery is a contemporary art project space in South Hackney, East London. It is run by artists Cathy Lomax, Alli Sharma and Alex Michon.
Transition Gallery was founded in October 2002 in a converted garage close to Victoria Park, Hackney, London, and is run by artists Cathy Lomax and Alex Michon to show work by established and new contemporary artists.
In March 2004, Liz Neal's Archway council flat studio was recreated as an installation inside the gallery for a show called The Lair of the Lotus Eater. Her work was exhibited in the Saatchi Gallery's New Blood show in the same year.
In 2005, Evening Standard critics, Nick Hackworth and Brian Sewell, visited the gallery. Hackworth wrote: It looks like a small garage workshop, but instead of Star Motors the legend reads: "You don't have to be blonde to be an artist, but it helps." Inside, the walls are papered with magazine pages, photographs and postcards on the theme of quintessential Englishness; among them are paintings by Lomax and Michon. There is a subversive innocence about the installation.
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