Steven Hull was born in Lakewood, California in 1967. He received his B.F.A and M.F.A from the California Institute of the Arts; the latter in 1997. He lives and works in Los Angeles and has exhibited at Rosamund Felsen Gallery since 1998. He has also shown at Galeries Schmidt MacZollek and Rolf Ricke in Koln, Germany and been included in group exhibitions at the Neues Museum in Nuremberg, Germany.  He organized Las Cienegas Projects in Los Angeles, a collaborative artists and writers space and workshop, 2009-2011.

Hull has compiled and edited numerous artist publications including Blind Date (1998), a catalogue of 31 artists and writers’ collaborations; I’m Still In Love With You (1998-99), an album and catalogue in which visual artists and writers respond to the 1972 album by Al Green; Song Poems (2000-01), a catalogue with 3 CDs of 43 original lyrics, songs and album art contributed by numerous writers, artists and musicians; and Nothing Moments (2007), a publishing and curatorial project consisting of 24 limited edition books and over 400 original drawings. He is a recipient of the Louis Comfort Tiffany Award and the Joan Mitchell Foundation Award for painting.