Curriculum Vitae

Exhibitions and Installations:

2020 Equity Gallery, An Intangible Habitat, New York, New York

2020 Lankai Art Museum, Blue Dialogue: Unexpected Encounter Be- tween Young Artists of East and West, Anshan, China 

2019 Delaware Contemporary: Art Loop, Wilmington Delaware

2019 Satellite Art Show: Performance is Alive, New York City

2019 DCTV, Now That’s What I Call Love, Chinatown, New York City

2018  Satellite Art Show: Magic Plastic Lounge, Art Basil Miami, FL

2017 IT’S HAPPENING, Public Performance, Central Park, New York

2017 Sculptors League, Metal Sculpture, Governors Island, New York

2017 Cathedral of St. John the Devine, Sculpture at the Cathedral, New York, NY

2017 St. Martin Episcopal Church, Bronze Arts for Bronze Bells, Harlem, NY & Williamsburg Bronze Exhibition, Brooklyn, NY

2016 Bartow Pell Mansion, Reflections on Nature, Centennial Garden Sculpture Exhibition, Bronx, NY

2016 Wind Tower (collaborative sculpture), Van Cortland Park, Bronx, NY

2016 Leaves of Grass, Riverside Park South, New York City

2015 Phyllis Jacob Harriman Gallery, Forgings: The Blacksmith Sculptures, New York, NY

 

Education:

2017-2019 School of Visual Arts: MFA Fine Arts

2013-2017 Art Students League of New York: Sculpture, Mixed-Media

1994-1997 University of Maryland: Masters of Architecture

1988-1992 University of Arizona: Bachelor of Arts

 

Awards/Grants/Residency:

2017

Conservation Associate, Arts and Antiquities, New York City Parks Department. New York, NY

2015/2016

Model to Monument Scholarship and Grant: Jury awarded, two monumental scale sculptures development and execution. The sculptures Leaves of Grass and Windtower were displayed in Riverside Park South and Van Cortland Park for 12 months each.

2014

Night-Shift Residency, Scottish Sculpture Workshop, Lumsden, Scotland, (Funded by the Scottish Arts Council)

1995 Travel Fellowship, University of Maryland School of Architecture, for the Study of Vernacular Architecture in the Anatolian Plain, Turkey

 

Teaching/Curating:

2020-current

Co-creator, curator of Starta Arta, an ongoing pop-up exhibition space in the Flatiron District of Manhattan. We produce up to three shows each year.

2017- 2019

Teaching Assistant, Sculpture, School of Visual Arts

1995-1997

Teaching Assistant, Architectural Drawing, University of Maryland School of Architecture

 

Bibliographies:

Print Media Julia Montepagani, “Embracing the Process: Sculptor Markus Holtby Navigates the World of Public Art”, Atelier, Spring 2017. 17 

“Outdoor Public Art Worth Seeing” , Time Out New York, September 2016.

Online Media Emma Drew “The SVA Alumni-Run Satellite Art Show Returns to Brooklyn”, SVA Features, September 26, 2019

Sarah Cascade “Don’t Miss New York’s 20 Hottest Public Artworks This Summer: This art is worth venturing out to see”, Artnet News, August 18, 2016

Email: markus.holtby@gmail.com

instagram: @markusholtby

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