SAM ROSENTHAL is an image-based artist examining Queerness in the context of the digital age. He uses electronics, both modern and obsolete, to define the mutability of an image by employing unconventional, and often, experimental modes of processing. These methods include the exploitation of Internet camera networks, data and signal manipulation, and scanography to represent his Queer experience. Sam lives and works in New York City.

b. 1994 Long Valley, NJ
Lives in Brooklyn, NY


2016 BFA Photography, Parsons: The New School For Design, New York, NY


2018 Trestle Gallery Resident Show, curated by Carmen Hermo, Trestle Art Space, Brooklyn, NY

2018 NY Queer Zine Fair, curated by Paul Moreno and Charlie Welch, The LGBT Community Center/Bureau of General Services–Queer Division, New York, NY

2018 Here Nor There, curated by Sam Rosenthal, Think Coffee, New York, NY

2018 Here Nor There, Featured Artist, SaveArtSpace,

2017 Lights On Broadway, Morgan Stanley and Hot Bread Kitchen, Times Square, NY

2016 Bushwick Collective Annual Block Party, curated by Jon Konkol, Bushwick Collective, Brooklyn, NY

2016 Parsons BFA Photography Thesis Exhibition, curated by the Parsons Photography Department, Milk Gallery, New York, NY


2018 Here Nor There, Sam Rosenthal,

2015 Chat Book, Sam Rosenthal and Todd Durm


2018 Trestle Artist Residency, Trestle Art Space, Brooklyn, NY


2018 "Here Nor There–Online Fantasies/Offline Reality", Artist Talk, Bureau of General Services–Queer Division, New York, NY, September 21


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