Ali Silverstein has an undergraduate degree from Columbia University in Visual Art and Comparative Religion, an MFA in Painting from The Slade School of Art in London, and a certificate in Film Directing from The College of Santa Fe. While at the Slade, Silverstein became one of the inaugural advisors to the Outset Contemporary Art Fund in London. Solo exhibitions of her work at Bischoff/Weiss Gallery in London included “And/And,” “The Dark Room,” and most recently “Solo Show” during Frieze London 2013, at which Silverstein unveiled seven large new works on canvas that showcased the evolution of her work after a year of meditation in the landscape of New Mexico. In London, Silverstein organized “Augnablik,” an exhibition curated by Mel Gooding, with fellow artists Phoebe Unwin and Hildur Margretardottir. She has recently been an artist-in-residence at the Bialik space in Tel Aviv, which was followed by a solo exhibition, “LA’s Fine: The Sun Shines Most of the Time” at Inga Gallery, Tel Aviv. She has also been an artist-in-residence at the Esalen Institute, Big Sur. Inga Gallery exhibited a solo show of Silverstein’s work at Untitled Art Fair during Art Basel Week Miami, 2015. After living and working in New York, London, and New Mexico, Silverstein’s studio practice is now based in Los Angeles. Silverstein’s exhibition “To Put On The Edge, A Table,” is up at albertz banda project space through December 17, 2016.