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History

Established in 2001, the Bruce Silverstein Gallery’s principal focus is the representation of an international roster of contemporary artists as well as established artists of great influence. The gallery is committed to discovering, examining, and contextualizing known and unknown artworks by modern masters as well as innovative artists of today. The gallery strives to provide a venue for dialogue across all art forms, while specializing in modern and contemporary photography.

Bruce Silverstein Gallery is located at 529 West 20th Street in the heart of the Chelsea Art District. The gallery maintains an in-depth inventory of masterworks of the photographic medium and promotes long-standing relationships with museums, private collectors, art consultants and corporations from around the world. We welcome both experienced and new collectors.

CONTACT

529 West 20th Street
Third Floor
New York, NY 10011

212-627-3930 Telephone
212-691-5509 Fax

To contact the gallery please send an email to inquiries@brucesilverstein.com

Gallery Hours:
Tuesday - Saturday
10am-6pm

 

Community

The Center for Arts Education:

The Center for Arts Education (CAE) is committed to ensuring that all New York City public school students receive quality arts instruction as part of their pre-K-12 education.

We work to achieve this mission through school and community programs, professional development, parent engagement, and advocacy. 

Bruce Silverstein Gallery has limited edition portfolios of work from graduates of SVA's MFA Photography, Video and Related Media Program available for purchase to benefit the Center for Arts Education.

Aaron Siskind Foundation:

At the time of his death, Aaron Siskind directed that his estate become a resource that would support contemporary photography by rewarding and encouraging excellence in its practitioners. Since 1991 the Aaron Siskind Foundation has been one of the few American organizations providing cash grants to individual photographic artists on a yearly basis. The Individual Photographer's Fellowship (IPF) review panel examines the work of over 1,100 applicants each year, awarding a varying number of grants in amounts of up to $5,000.

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