Debbie Lawson (UK) lives and works in London. She graduated from Central Saint Martins and the Royal College of Art.
Solo shows include Magic Carpet at the Fergusson Gallery, Perth; Nine Trades of Dundee; Our House at the McManus Galleries, Dundee, supported by the Scottish Arts Council; Living Rooms at Nordisk Kunst Plattform, Norway, supported by the British Council; Dysfuncadelia at Nettie Horn Gallery, London; and Chairway To Heaven at The Economist Plaza, commissioned by the Contemporary Art Society.
Her work is held in the collections of, among others, Charles Saatchi, Mario Testino, the House of Lords, Nottingham Castle Museum, the University of the Arts London, the University of Dundee and in many international private collections.
Recent shows include Picaresque at Ha Gamle Prestegard, Norway; Make Believe: Re-imagining History and Landscape at Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery (with Alan Kane, Susan Collis and others), Ha Ha Road at Oriel Mostyn (with Pipilotti Rist, Rodney Graham, Ceal Floyer and others) and Contemporary Eye: Crossovers (with Jeff Koons, Gary Hume, Grayson Perry and others) at Pallant House Gallery.
Debbie Lawson was the winner of the 2013 JD Fergusson Award