Laith McGregor received a Bachelor of Fine Art from the Victorian College of the Arts at University of Melbourne, Australia. His practice spans drawing, painting, sculpture and video. McGregor’s intricately drawn works, using ballpoint pen, have been shown in Australia and internationally. Solo exhibitions include AM/PM/AM (2019), Starkwhite, Auckland, NZ; Sympathetic Magic (2019), Station, Melbourne; LA Contemporary (2018), Starkwhite, Los Angeles, CA, USA; Sleepless Parley (2017), Station, Melbourne; Swallow the Sun (2016), Starkwhite, Auckland, NZ; NOONISMIDNIGHT (2016), Station, Melbourne; S.plit F.ollow (2016), Long Division Gallery, Melbourne; Somewhere Anywhere (2015), Starkwhite, Auckland; SOS (2014), Ryan Renshaw Gallery, Brisbane; Untitled (Don Patterson) (2012), Studio 12, Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne; Spook (2011), Ryan Renshaw Gallery, Brisbane. Recent group exhibitions include Darklands (2017), Alaska Projects, Sydney; Spring 1883 (2015), Station, Sydney; Out of line (2015), KP Projects/MKG, Los Angeles, USA; Installation Contemporary (2015), Curated by the Curators Department, Sydney Contemporary, Sydney; Australian Artists in Bali: 1930s to Now (2015), McClelland Sculpture Park, Victoria; Lying in Space (2014), 30Upstairs, Wellington New Zealand. Awards include the Australian Print Workshop Collie Print Trust Fellowship (2013); National Works on Paper Prize, Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Mornington (2012); Art & Australia / Credit Suisse Private Banking Contemporary Art Award (2012); Qantas Foundation Encouragement of Australian Contemporary Art Award (2009); The New Fresh Cut, Exhibition and development grant, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane (2008). His work is included in public and private collections in Australia and overseas, including the Art Gallery of New South Wales; the Art Gallery of Ballarat, Victoria; Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne; Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney; Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart; National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; and Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, among others. McGregor lives and works in Byron Bay, Australia and Bali, Indonesia.