Selected works by Debbie Lawson

Debbie Lawson
Golden Brown

2004

wooden panel x 6

2@ 122.8 x 2.5 x 244.5, 2@ 125 x 244.5 x 2.6 & 2@ 122 x 243.7 x 2.5 cm
Debbie Lawson
Tundra

2004

Lino

200 x 1016.4 x 0.2 cm

Debbie Lawson's Biography

Debbie Lawson
Born in 1966, Dundee, Scotland.
Lives and works in London, UK



SOLO & GROUP EXHIBITIONS


2014
Picaresque, Ha Gamle Prestegard, Norway

2013
Magic Carpet (Fergusson Award Exhibition 2013), Fergusson Gallery, Perth, UK (solo)
Hidden in Plain Sight, Nottingham Castle Museum and Gallery
Discernible, Zap Projects, London
Selected Artists, Nesta, London

2012
NordArt 2012, Kunstwerk Carlshutte, Germany
Zap Open, Zap Projects, London
Ha Ha Road, Oriel Mostyn Gallery, Llandudno

2011
Ha Ha Road, Quad Gallery, Derby
Galerie8 Sculpture Prize, Galerie8, London (chair. Yinka Shonibare)
Intimate Spaces, Galerie8 Projects, London

2010
Our House, McManus Galleries, Dundee, Scotland (solo)
Contemporary Eye: Crossovers, Pallant House Gallery, Chichester (2 October-6 March)
Hands On, University of the Arts Gallery, London
The Collective, NETTIE HORN, London (June-July)
Our House, McManus Galleries, Dundee (SOLO SHOW)
The Bethnal Green Old Town Hall Commission

2009
Living Rooms, Nordisk Kunst Plattform, Brusand, Norway (September)
The Shandy Show, University of the Arts Gallery, London (October)

2008
Solo presentation with NETTIE HORN, PULSE Miami art fair, December
Dysfuncadelia, NETTIE HORN, London, October 2008
Chairway to Heaven, The Economist Plaza, London, October
C'est ouVert, Plouec du Trieux, France, June-October 2008
East West Dialogues, LTMH Gallery, New York, USA, May-July 2008
Change is..., LTMH Gallery, New York, USA, March

2007
Interiors, Imoderni, Miami, USA, December
The Islanders, NETTIE HORN, London, October-November
Pilot 3, Triangle Gallery, Chelsea College of Art, London, October
Aqua Art Fair, Miami, USA, NETTIE HORN Gallery
Year 07, County Hall, London, NETTIE HORN Gallery
The Joy, NETTIE HORN, London, curated by Kate Street
Beauhemia, NETTIE HORN, London, July
Pilot 3 (nominated by Doriane Laithier), SS Cosma e Damiano (Venice Biennale)
Arboreal, Transition Gallery, London, curated by Tobi Deeson
Incorporate, A&B, London, curated by Exhibit-K

2006
Shibboleth, Dilston Grove, London, curated by Neil Drabble
Myth of Place, Nolias Gallery, London/Ox Warehouse Gallery, Macao, China
Sense and Sensuality (Finalist), Bankside Gallery, London/University of Leicester
Small Mischiefs, Pump House Gallery, London
Another Product, Cornerhouse, Manchester

2005
Siege, Siege House, London, curated by Angela Huntbach

2004
Violin/Violence 1,000,000mph Gallery, London, curated by Dallas Seitz
Everyday Shockers, The A Gallery, London
Out of Time St Augustine's Tower, London

2003
Step Two, Aram Experimental Gallery, London
The Lost Collection of an Invisible Man, Laing Gallery, Newcastle, curated by Brian Griffiths

2002
Moving Parts, Studio Voltaire, London, curated by Nik Ramage
Trivial Pursuit, Centre for Cultural Decontamination, Belgrade
SV Open, Studio Voltaire, London, curated by Eva Tait
Dundee Contemporary Arts Print Open, Cooper Gallery
The Necessary Enemy, Bart Wells Institute, London, curated by Brian Griffiths
Directions, Lethaby Gallery, London

2001
Futuremap 2001, London Institute Gallery, London
The 6,000 Sq Ft Project, London, curated by young-art.com