Belinda Johnson is from South London via South Wales and has worked in marketing and communications within arts and publishing for over 14 years. Belinda was the publisher of Tate Etc. (2013–2016), Europe’s most widely circulated art magazine, and has previously held roles at Acme, Hauser & Wirth, Frieze and Thames & Hudson.

She has passion for analogue publishing with a particular research interest in the differing ways we see, read and consume in print and on screen. She has presented lectures on publishing in the art world and print survival in the digital era at the London College of Communication and Cardiff University, and was previously a mentor for postgraduate media students at University of the Arts London.

Belinda is also a budding radio and podcast presenter/producer, and is interested in the impact of digital culture on our consumption of music and music making. In her spare time, her brain is mainly taken up with useless music trivia and Liverpool Football Club.




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