Holly-Anne Buck / Collagism is an Australian artist living and practicing in London, United Kingdom. She completed her Bachelor of Multimedia at RMIT in 2004. Her multidisciplinary work has been shown widely around the world. As an artist and producer she has worked with longtime collaborator and partner Adam Milburn on their project Mink Engine. The project began in Tokyo where they lived and worked for several years. Their work has been shown at The National Gallery of Victoria, The Ian Potter Gallery, ACMI, The State Library of Victoria, Next Wave Festival, Straight Out of Brisbane Festival, Artrage Festival just to name a few. They have toured the world performing in cities such as Shanghai, Tokyo, London and Berlin. The pair also had their musical and video work shown on national television and played on national radio in Australia.

Holly-Anne relocated to London, UK in 2011 in order to focus on her career as a solo and exhibiting artist. Since then she has created Collagism as a vehicle to explore collage and further her quest to collage the universe. Holly-Anne has been exhibiting her work in London, most recently producing large-scale collage installations at Apiary Studios, Hackney and a 6 month residency of exhibitions on Redchurch St. As an artist fast emerging out of the east end of London has recently exhibited at Someplace (Berlin), and Anna Pappas Gallery (Melbourne). In 2013 she has exhibited at Conduit Arts Initiative (Melbourne), Art Athina (International Contemporary Art Fair of Athens) and The Vestibule (London). Holly-Anne works in her Studio in London.

Holly-Anne’s recent show Eggs, Legs and Silk Webs was named in Top 5 Exhibitions in London August 2013 by The Whitechapel Gallery’s First Thursday Exhibitions Program. Her ALIENESE 24-HOUR Mask making workshop at The Vaults Gallery was supported and promoted by The Whitechapel Gallery, May 2014.

Holly-Anne currently has work on display at Tate Britain as part of Source Display ‘Texture and Collage’ during August 2014.

Collagism and the artwork of  Holly-Anne Buck is represented by Scream Editions, The Vaults Gallery and The Hooligan Art Dealer.

Recent press: Arrested Motion, Hifructose, Design Week, The Wild Magazine, Vogue, HookedBlog, LDN Graffiti, Digital Arts Magazine, Desktop Magazine, Run-Riot, Time Out London, The Evening Standard, FAD, We Heart, People of Print, The Glass Magazine, Beige Magazine, Invisible made Visible, COMPLEX, 1883 Digital