Gabriela García-Luna is a photography-based artist born in Mexico City, living in Canada.
García-Luna studied Graphic communication and design at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitan where she first studied photography. Since 1999 García-Luna has participated in solo and group exhibitions of photographic, photo-based and installation art work, most recently as part of "Mind the Gap!" a touring exhibition presented at Regina's Dunlop Art Gallery and the Art Gallery of Ottawa (2010-2012), and her solo exhibition "New Territories" exhibited at Mysteria Gallery in Regina and the Illingworth Kerr Gallery in Calgary (2012). García-Luna is the recipient of numerous residency grants and awards including First Prize in Photography in the Guadalajara OMNILIIFE Grand Prize (2001) and the Querétaro Libertad Art Contest (2002), the 2007 Artist in Residency grant to realize installation art work at La Chambre Blanche, Quebec City, through FONCA (National Foundation for Culture and Art Fellowship - Mexico) /CALQ (Conseil des Arts et Lettres du Quebec), a 2010 Independent Artist Grant from the Saskatchewan Arts Board, and a 2011 grant through FONCA -Mexico and The Banff Centre-Canada to realize a photographic project at The Banff Centre. Her work is part of OMNILIFE Collection and the Saskatchewan Arts Board among others.
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