The Silverstein Annual is part of the gallery's ongoing effort to provide exposure to emerging artists whose work incorporates the medium of photography. Bruce Silverstein Gallery with the guidance of curatorial advisor Nathan Lyons, annually invites ten prominent curators to nominate one artist whom they feel deserves the opportunity for further exposure within New York's cultural milieu.

  Aude Pariset   David Harper
Brooklyn Academy of Music
  I met Aude Pariset through a French curator friend in Brooklyn in early 2007 and promptly suggested she go to some godforsaken neighborhood way out on... Read More
  Bahar Behbahani   Carrie Springer
Independent Curator
  Bahar Behbahani is an Iranian artist who has lived in New York since 2007. She works in different media¬¬—painting, film, and photography—and... Read More
  Ben Gest   Mason Klein
The Jewish Museum
  I first encountered Ben Gest’s work several years ago—life-size domestic scenes of upper-middle class people, who, despite their proximity,... Read More
  Charlotte Haslund-Christensen   Beatrix Reinhardt
College of Staten Island, CUNY
  “In my work I strive to challenge and deconstruct the mechanisms and representations that reflect, form, and reinforce stereotypes. With... Read More
  Dana Miller   Sean Corcoran
Museum of the City of New York
  What is a landscape photographer to do when living and working in New York City? Dana Miller has obviously asked herself this very question. Rather... Read More
  Glenn Rudolph   Matthew Higgs
White Columns
  I first saw Glenn Rudolph's work in 2003 in Portland, OR. I was living in Oakland, CA, at the time and I'd been invited to Portland by the artist... Read More
  Juliane Eirich   Mara Hoberman
Hunter College Art Galleries
  Since first encountering Juliane EIrich’s work in 2007 (while putting together a group exhibition featuring artists who focus primarily on nocturnal... Read More
  Nodeth Vang   Edwin Ramoran
  I met Nodeth Vang in New York three years ago. In the mid-1990s, as an undergraduate, Vang studied at the University of California, Irvine, with the... Read More
  Radcliffe Roye   Deborah Willis
New York University - Tisch School of the Arts
  Radcliffe Roye’s photographs are about looking. They are also about performance, the spectacularity of fashion, style, beauty and identity,... Read More
  Rob Carter   Patrick Amsellem
Brooklyn Museum
  Rob Carter’s images combine lush beauty with striking complexity and multilayered cultural references. Working at the intersection of photography... Read More