Luis Grane

Los Angeles-based visual artist, born in Argentina.

Known for his digital media, painting and design work.

His art videos and video installations have been shown in museums and festivals around the world, including The Museum of Modern Art (MAM) in Rio de Janeiro, The Royal Scottish Academy of Arts, and The Queens Museum in New York.

He gave master classes and workshops at the Cineteca Nacional in Mexico City and at the Cinemateca of The Museum of Modern Art (MAM) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

His murals and street art can be seen in Los Angeles, Mexico City, Buenos Aires and Tokyo.

He was an artist in residence at the Tokyo Arts and Space (TOKAS) in 2016 in Japan where he produced the Art Video “Pachinko”.

Aside from his Video Installation and Video art work, he is an Adjunct professor at USC School of Cinematic Arts, John C. Hench Division of Animation + Digital Arts.

He did the production design and projection mapping work of “Alice in Wonderland” for the Grand Rapids Ballet Company in 2017 that toured other cities around the U.S with different Ballet Companies, including the 2023 San Antonio Ballet Company performance at the Tobin Center of the Performing Arts.

Grané worked in the entertainment industry as an animator and designer for studios like Sony, DreamWorks, Warner Bros, Disney, Pixar, Aardman and Laika. In such films as Ratatouille (Academy Award winner for best animated feature) The Matrix, The Boxtrolls (Academy Award nominee Best Animated Feature), Hotel Transylvania, Spirit (Academy Award nominee Best Animated Feature) and SpiderMan 2 (Academy Award winner for Best Visual Effects) among others.

He worked as Supervising Director for animated series at Netflix in both, the Family and Adult divisions , including the multi- awarded, critically acclaimed “City of Ghosts”.

He is an Emmy Award Winner for Best Directing in an animated Series and Emmy nominee for Best Writing.