Gints Gabrāns

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Gints Gabrāns (born May 23, 1978 in Valmiera) is a well-known contemporary Latvian artist. He mainly works with installations and new media art. He won the Hansabank Art Award in 2005,[1] and in 2007 represented Latvia at the Venice Biennale with the project Paramirrors.[2]

In 1995 graduated from - Latvian Academy of Art, Dept. of Scenography.[3]

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