Brooklyn, NY
holli.mcentegart@gmail.com

Education
2013, Masters of Art & Design, First Class Honours, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand
2011, Masters of Fine Arts Post graduate exchange, Carnegie Mellon University School of Fine Art, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
2006, Bachelor of Visual Arts, Photography Major, UNITEC, Auckland, New Zealand

Residences
2014, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Artist In Residence, Maine, USA.

Awards & Fellowships
2014, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture Artist In Residence, Full Fellowship
2007, Prix de la Photographie Paris. Honourable mention

Exhibitions & Performances
2017
Solo Exhibitions
Salient Hush, 100 Rochester Gallery, 100 Rochester Ave, Brooklyn, New York. 16th November – 17th December, 2017
Group Exhibitions
OPEN (C)ALL: TRUTH, BRIC Arts, 647 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, New York. 15th November  2017
Oh My God Maggie! LUMEN8, ArtSpace at Staten Island Arts, New York. 15th June – 10th September
2016
Oh My God Maggie! Screening at Human Resources, in conjunction with The Institute For New Feeling – FELT Book Exhibition. 18th May 2016. Human Resources, Los Angeles, United States.
The Institute For New Feeling – FELT Book Exhibition, Werkärtz, Los Angeles. 6th May – 24th May 2016.
Oh My God Maggie! Solo exhibit and panel discussion. Staten Island Arts, Culture Lounge Gallery, Staten Island, New York. 29th March 2016.
Great White, Staten Island Arts, Culture Lounge Gallery, Staten Island, New York. 3rd March –13th May 2016.
Lighting Cauldrons of Speculation (Oh My God Maggie!), SkowheganPERFORMS.  Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, New York. Saturday, October 3rd 2015

2015
Missed Connections II, Artweek, Auckland, New Zealand, October 10th –18th 2015
Temenos, SkowheganPERFORMS. Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, New York. Saturday, October 3rd 2015
Re-Turning The Magic, Gallery One. Suite 108, Ironbank, Auckland, New Zealand, 7th May 2015.
Beside the mind: Tracing the magic of paranoia. Oral presentation/performance, in collaboration with Rachel Liebert, 2nd Critical Social Psychology Conference: Affect, Embodiment, and Politic. February 2015, Barcelona, Spain.

2014
The Small Show, The Vivian Gallery, Matakana, New Zealand. 12th December 2014 to 11th January 2015.
Temenos, SkowheganPERFORMS, Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, New York. 27th September 2014.
In Loving Memory, L.C. Bates Museum, Skowhegan, Maine, United States. 2014. Permanent collection.

2013
Beyond the ultraviolet, beyond the infrared, St Pauls Street Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand, 2013.
1848-1957, Talk Week, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand, 2013.
Scouting Heretical Alignments, 5th Auckland Triennial, Auckland City Art Gallery, The Lab, Transforming Typographies.

2012
A Ventriloquist Cowboy Walks Into Town, AD12, Auckland University of Technology, Art & Design festival, Auckland, New Zealand.
Zinia Elegans Red Sun, RM 103, Karangahape Road, Auckland.
A Ventriloquist Cowboy Walks Into Town, Extra Fancy, Bakery Square, Pittsburgh, United States. 2012.

2011
Zinia Elegans Red Sun, AD11, Auckland University of Technology, Art & Design festival, Auckland, New Zealand.

2010
Three’s A Crowd, Te Karanga Gallery, Karangahape Road, Auckland, New Zealand.
ME And My MUM, Snowwhite Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand.

2008
Overdrawn, Curated Group Exhibition, Art Station, Auckland, New Zealand.
There’s a Pew In The Church Of My Heart For The Obsessed, Curated Group Exhibition, Universidad del Pacifico Gallery, Chile.

2006
Ad Hoc: An Unlikely Gathering of Contemporary Artists, The Chapel, Auckland, New Zealand.
Novel: An Exhibition of New Artists, Warwick Henderson Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand.

Publications
“Holli McEntegart” Podium Showcase — Threaded International Art & Design Magazine, Ed. 18, 8 page feature. Published May 2015. // ISSN 1176-5941
“Holli McEntegart”, WĀHINE — WOMAN, The Vernacularist SPECIAL EDITION, in press, 2015 // Published May 11th by Depot Artspace, Devonport, Auckland, New Zealand. ISBN 978-0-473-316774-7
Space/Launch (the publication) 2014. Edited by artists Ester Partegás, Sreshta Rit Premnath (founder, Shifter Magazine), Birgit Rathsmann, Adam Shecter, and Roger White (co-founder, Paper Monument).  
The LAB book — The LAB: At The 5th Auckland Triennial 2013 // Edited by Kathy Waghorn. Designed by Index ISBN 978-0-473-28701-6.  Project 4: Transforming Topographies for The Lab Book, 01.07—21.07
Bright Young Things, Works by Emerging New Zealand Artists // Published by Chrysalis ISBN: 0-473-10117-3
Threaded International Art & Design Magazine, Ed. 4, 2007. The Hope & Glory Issue. Artist profile p.33 Photography, cover, gatefold and five page spread.