Daniel Carrillo

Daniel Carrillo, Kelly Bjork’s Pencils, 2017


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Biographical Information

(American, b. 1973) Daniel Arutro Carrillo-Lozano is an Intaglio printmaker and antique process portrait photographer specializing in Daguerreotypes and Wet Plate Collodion processes. Born in Mexico and raised in California, he moved to Seattle in 1997. His work has been exhibited at the Tacoma Art Museum, G. Gibson Gallery, Greg Kucera Gallery, Western Washington Viking Union Gallery, SOIL Gallery, Davidson Galleries, Gallery 110, Sev Shoon, CoCA , Shenzhen, China, Some Space, Gage Academy, Skagit Valley College, Cabrillo College, and has been included in several juried exhibitions.

Daniel’s artwork is in the collection of the Tacoma Art Museum and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) and the photography collection of Sir Elton John.  Carrillo lives and works in Seattle, and he is an instructor at the Photographic Center Northwest and also the proprietor of Gallery Frames in Pioneer Square.

Here is a link to a video on the craft of daguerreotype:
Documenting the daguerreotype process of Seattle-based photographer Dan Carrillo.

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Artist news and exhibits + new inventory by gallery artists. Click to read and subscribe to G. Gibson Projects newsletter.


November 19, 2021
How Seattle’s Imogen Cunningham changed photography forever - Ahead of a major retrospective at Seattle Art Museum, six Northwest artists reflect on the photographer’s legacy and local influence. Click to read the full article, including reflections from Gail Gibson, Eirik Johnson and Daniel Carrillo.

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August 5, 2021
This month, we are participating in the Seattle Deconstructed Art Fair with an online exhibit of a selection of works.


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