Parking art in the garage

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Artists are swapping the garden tools and the station wagon for frames and canapés to convert their garage into a low cost gallery space.

BOOKISH (2013) at Marrickville Garage. Image:Paul Borderi via Marrickville Garage Facebook

Pull up most garage roller doors and you'll find a car or two, and insurmountable piles of stuff. But in a bid to lower costs and make the most of underutilised space, thrifty artists are ditching the cars to exhibit art.

Troy Nankervis

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