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Gregory Mackay is a Melbourne-based comic artist.

His work is regularly featured in the French comic anthology Turkey Comics, published by The Hoochie Coochie. His feature-length comic Francis Bear was published in France by The Hoochie Coochie in 2010 and also launched at the Melbourne Writers Festival.

Gregory was part of the Caravan of Comics Australian cartoonists' tour of North America in 2013.

ComicsEdit

Illustrated self published books 1993-2004:

  • Waterdamage 1993 24 pgs Artists book Edition of 70
  • Fatigue Comic book 24 pgs First edition of 50.
  • Mokey Comic Book 24 pgs Edition of 80
  • Syndrome Comic Book 34 pgs 3 Editions 300 books
  • Terminal Comic Book 56 pgs 2 Editions 500 books
  • Malaise Comic Book 120 pgs 1 edition 50 books
  • Psychic Twins Comic Book 24 pgs 1 edition 300 books
  • Untitled Comic Book 48 pgs 4 editions 300 books
  • Deep Black Comic Book 36 pgs 3 editions 100 books
  • Arachnodactyly Comic Book 80 pgs 2 editions 50 books
  • Transition Pages comic book 24 pgs (Europe and Scandinavia only) 2005

A list of other publications is available on request.

Anthology and magazine contributionsEdit

  • VCA Student Newspaper Editor/contributor 1994-1996
  • Farrago (Melb Uni) 1996 4 pgs
  • Catalyst (RMIT) 1996 Co-editor on one issue
  • XENU 1996 co editor/contributor
  • Book of Loud (Loud festival magazine) 1999
  • HQ magazine (1999-2002 feature articles)
  • Voiceworks youth magazine1998
  • Circumstantial Evidence (Interview and drawings) Melbourne 2000
  • Comic Edge Magazine (cover story article interview and drawings)- Melbourne 2000
  • Pure Evil comic book anthology issues 1-6 1998-2003
  • Silent Army Infirmary Collection 2003
  • Rijeka Museum Of Modern Art Comic Art Catalogue 2001
  • Noise Festival Anthology Collection 2002
  • Going Down Swinging 2002
  • MEANJIN literary journal 2002
  • Tango - Romance Comics contributed to issues 2, 3and 4 Edited by Bernard Caleo Melbourne 1999-2003
  • Pantry Comic book Anthology 2000
  • Nice Anthology 1999
  • THE PAPER Melbourne based alternative Newspaper 2002-2003
  • FOTON comic anthology. Serbia EU
  • Atomiser antology 2003. Syd

ExhibitionsEdit

  • George Paton Gallery Melbourne University 1996 (group show)
  • Platform 2 Gallery Flinders st. Station 1996 (group show)
  • 14th International Exhibition of Drawings- Comics Museum of Modern Art Rijeka Croatia
  • Public Office Melbourne 1999 (Solo) coincided with launch of Untitled comic book
  • Savage Pencils Exhibition (Group Show) Curated by Michael Hill, senior lecturer in design at The University Of Technology Sydney (UTS)
  • Comic Book Lifestyle. Linden Centre for Contemporary Art 2002 (group show) Co-curated and installed
  • Robert Jacks Drawing Award. Bendigo Art Gallery 2002.
  • Citylights Centre Place Gallery Silent Army Represents 2002(group show)
  • WestSpace Gallery. Paper skin 2002 (group show) Installed.
  • Westspace Gallery A4 Art Show 2002 (group show)
  • Northern Arts Project Space. LURE 2002 (group show)
  • Kelvin Gallery. Recent Paintings 2003 (Duo show)
  • Hush Hush Gallery From the Hands of Braddock 2003 (group show) Co-curated and installed
  • Linden Center for Contemporary Art. Postcard show 2003 (group show)
  • SPLEEN <upstairs> Recent Paintings 2003 (solo)
  • Artholes Gallery. Recent Photography. 2003 (group show)
  • Wyndham City Contemporary Art Prize 2003 (group show) Winner
  • Smorgon Steel Contemporary Art Prize 2003 (group show) Finalist
  • The Foot Square Exhibition. 341 Church st.2003 (Group Show)
  • Brett Whitely Travelling Art Scholarship Finalist exhibition
  • Practice in process. (group show) Noel Counihan gallery 2004
  • Gjestekunstner Open Studio LKV Trondheim Norway 2004

AwardsEdit

  • Recipient Ella Donald Memorial Fine Art Scholarship - 1996
  • Winner of the Wyndham City Contemporary Fine Art Award 3D section - 2003
  • Finalist Brett Whitely Travelling Art Scholarship - 2003
  • Recipient of the Guest Studio at the Lademoen Kunstlerwerksteder in Trondheim, Norway - November-December 2004

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