Los Angeles-based artist Ali Silverstein's works build on a rare painterly skill to embrace the existential authenticity of immediate, unqualified creative gesture. With an undergraduate degree from Columbia University (where she studied visual art and comparative religion) and an MFA in painting from The Slade School of Art in London, Silverstein was also one of the inaugural advisors to Outset Contemporary Art Fund while still a student at The Slade. She has been mentored by both Chuck Close and Nicholas Logsdail of Lisson Gallery.
Silverstein enjoyed successful solo exhibitions with Bischoff/Weiss Gallery in London until the gallery closed in 2014, and is now represented by Inga Gallery in Tel Aviv, who met Silverstein during a residency at the Outset space on Bialik Street. Her works continue to be collected internationally by some of the most significant voices in the art world.