Daniel Arsenault

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Daniel Arsenault is an American photographer who specializes in photos of urban settings in Manhattan, New York City. His most common technique is to take photographs with a film camera and then manipulate the images digitally to make them appear more "gritty."[1]

Arsenault studied art and photography at the San Francisco Art Institute and received a BFA from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.[2]



  • The Edward Carter Gallery, Soho NYC (June–August 2001)
  • Albers-Roesch Studio, “American Dream Swimming Pool”, Tribeca, New York (September 2002)
  • The Viewing Room, Chelsea Art District, New York (October 2002)
  • September 11 Memorial Exhibition, Ward - Nasse Gallery, New York (September 2003)
  • Untitled group exhibition, Ward - Nasse Gallery, New York - January 2004 -


  • The Ranch Rd. Fine Art Gallery, Salt Lake City (Spring 2000)
  • The Denise Robarge Gallery, Palm Springs, California (April 2001)
  • The Rio Grande Gallery, Salt Lake City, Utah (March 2002)
  • The Jay Hawkins Gallery, Chelsea Art District, New York (July 2002)[2]


  1. ^ DeFoore, Jay (2002-07-10). "Daniel Arsenault's Randomness On Display". Photo District News. Retrieved 2009-03-24. 
  2. ^ a b "Daniel Arsenault Biography". Watson & Spierman Fine Art. Archived from the original on 2009-03-22. Retrieved 2009-03-24.