Timothy Hull received his BA from New York University and his MFA from Parsons School of Design. Solo exhibitions include Pastiche, Cicero, Fitzroy Gallery, New York (2014); The Swarm of Possible Meanings Surrounding the Ancient Pyramids, Freight + Volume, New York (2007); Justified and Ancient: What Time is Love?, Taylor De Cordoba, Los Angeles (2009); and How Egypt Ruined My Life, Brown Project Space, Milan (2008). Hull’s work has appeared in group shows in New York City at Mitchell-Innes + Nash, Invisible-Exports, Bureau, The Hole, and internationally at La Dictateur Gallery (Milan), NOMAS Foundation (Rome), CoCo (Vienna), and Goff + Rosenthal (Berlin). His large-scale, outdoor public art sculpture, The Accelerated Ruin, was commissioned and exhibited by the Brooklyn Academy of Music in 2012. Hull’s work has been reviewed and featured in Artforum, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Interview Magazine, Art in America, and V Magazine. Born in New York City, the artist currently lives and works in Brooklyn and Warwick, NY.