ERIN LAWLOR (b. 1969 in Epping, England) received her Bachelor of History of Art in 1992 from Paris-Sorbonne University, France. 
She has had numerous solo exhibitions nationally and internationally. Recent solo exhibitions include “entre chien et loup” at Luca Tommasi in Milan (2021), “Memory of a Free Festival”, at Fox/Jensen/McCrory Gallery, Auckland (2020); “Erin Lawlor” at Miles McEnery Gallery, NYC (2019); “cat on the raz,” Espacio Valverde, Madrid; “hiraeth,” Fox/Jensen Gallery, Sydney; “here to the hidden hills,” Fifi Projects, San Pedro, Mexico (all 2018); “Erin Lawlor,” Rod Barton, Brussels (2016).
In 2017, a survey exhibition of Lawlor’s work, “onomatopoeia,” took place at the Rothko Center, Daugavpils, Latvia, and her work was showcased in “Maleri.Nu/Paint.Now,” at the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark, in 2016.      
Recent group exhibitions include “10” at PM/AM, London; “Holding Hands” at Union Gallery, London (both 2021); “Hallucinogenic” at Gerhard Hofland, Amsterdam (2020); “Wet, wet, wet: Erin Lawlor, Aida Tomescu, Liat Yossifor”, at Fox/Jensen/McCrory, Auckland; “British Painting 2019” at Space K, Seoul (2019); “A brief History of Abstraction,” Rønnebæksholm, Denmark; “L’Echappée Belle, Erin Lawlor/Bram van Velde,” Galerie Pauline Pavec, Paris, France (2018) (…)         
Her work is present in numerous private collections. Public collections include the New Hall Art Collection, Cambridge, UK; the Mark Rothko Art Centre, Latvia; and corporate collections include Kolon Group Art Collection, Seoul and the Nordstrom collection, U.S.A. 
Lawlor currently lives and works in London, UK.