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Erin Lawlor - Artists - Miles McEnery Gallery

Erin Lawlor Studio, 2021, London, UK

ERIN LAWLOR (b. 1969, Epping, United Kingdom) received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Paris IV – La Sorbonne, Paris, France.

Recent solo exhibitions include “Earthly Delights,” Vigo Gallery, London, United Kingdom (forthcoming); “Invincible Summer,” Wellington Arch Museum, London, United Kingdom; Miles McEnery Gallery, New York, NY; “Entre chien et loup,” Luca Tommasi Contemporary Art, Milan, Italy; “Memory of a free festival,” Fox/Jensen/McCroy, Auckland, New Zealand; Miles McEnery Gallery, New York, NY; “Cat on the raz and other tales from fish island,” Espacio Valverde, Madrid, Spain; “Hiraeth,” Fox/Jensen Gallery, Sydney, Australia; Fox/Jensen/McCrory Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand; “Here to the Hidden Hills,” Fifi Projects, San Pedro, Mexico; “onomatopoeia,” Mark Rothko Centre, Daugavpils, Latvia; “New Works,” La Brea Studio Residency, Los Angeles, CA; Rod Barton, Brussels, Belgium; “Maleri.Nu/Paint.Now,” Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen, Denmark; “Opening Scene,” Galerie Klaus Braun, Stuttgart, Germany; “Four Paintings: London Fields,” George Lawson Gallery, San Francisco, CA and “Long Loud Silence,” Gray Contemporary, Houston,TX.

Recent group exhibitions include “Making a Mark: Abstraction in the Ahmanson Collection,” Ahmanson Gallery, Irvine, CA; “Raven,” Fox Jensen, Sydney, Australia; “Summer Exhibition: Reclaiming Magic,” The Royal Academy of Art, London, United Kingdom; “10,” PM/AM, London, United Kingdom; “Holding Hands” (curated by William Gustafsson) Union Gallery, London, United Kingdom; “Hallucinogenic” (curated by Koen Delaere), Gerhard Hofland Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; “Wet, wet, wet: Erin Lawlor, Aida Tomescu, Liat Yossifor,” Fox/Jensen/McCrory Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand; “British Painting,” Space K, Seoul, South Korea; “Press Print!” Overgaden Institute of Contemporary Art, Copenhagen, Denmark; “Les couleurs naissent et meurent,” Galerie Pauline Pavec, Paris, France; “A Brief History of Abstraction,” Rønnebæksholm, Denmark; “L’Echappée Belle, Erin Lawlor/Bram van Velde,” Galerie Pauline Pavec, Paris, France; “Drei Künstlerinnen der Gegenwart,” Institut Française, Mainz, Germany; “Whitfield Street,” Rod Barton, London, United Kingdom; “Bête Noire/Candyman,” The Neutra Museum, Los Angeles; “David Achenbach Projects,” COFA Contemporary, Cologne, Germany; and “A full open hand, drippings, and carefully masked lines,” Galleri Jacob Bjørn, Aarhus, Denmark.

Her work is included in the collections of the New Hall Art Collection, Cambridge, United Kingdom; the Mark Art Rothko Centre, Daugavpils, Latvia and Space K, Seoul, South Korea.

Lawlor lives and works in London, United Kingdom.