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Christian Díaz

Christian Díaz

Museos Caseros

Christian Díaz is Director of Museos Caseros and Museo del Deporte from Bahía Blanca city, Argentina.

He was General Director of Museums and Art (2021-2024) and previously director of 2 Museos , Bellas Artes y MAC (2018-2021) in Bahía Blanca, Argentina.

He studied Design in Visual Communication at the Faculty of Fine Arts, National University of La Plata and Management and Policy in Culture and Communication, Flacso Argentina, CABA.

From 2014 to 2019, he coordinated Habemus, a radio program about museums.

He was a lecturer at congresses and meetings on museums : How is a museum born? (2021, Isidoro Art Space, Coronel Suárez); Is this a museum? Can I break it? Home talks, (2020, Historical House Museum of Independence, Tucumán, Argentina); The future of museums arrived a long time ago – Conversation Orientation in museums (2020, Faculty of Humanities UNMDP); Decentering: Leadership in the museum as caring for others. (2021, online, Museum Educators, Mexico); Museum-ID (2017, London, UK); The Reimagined Museum (Medellín, Colombia); Ibero-American Meeting PAC public, audiences, communities (Ministry of Culture of the Nation, Buenos Aires, Argentina); 16th Contemporary Art Conservation Conference, Reina Sofía National Art Museum, Madrid, Spain; II Conference on Museums in Education: Rethinking museums, from the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid, Spain (2016). In 2017 he did a professional internship at the Reina Sofía National Art Museum, Madrid, Spain.

He participated in the Museum Management Laboratory, organized by Fundación TyPA (2013). He was awarded a scholarship to carry out his project “Behavior of visitors in museums” by Medialab-Prado, Madrid, Spain (2016). He was part of the OF BY FOR ALL program directed by Nina Simon (2019-2020) with 2 Museums.


Christian Díaz will be speaking at the Creative Museums Summit 2024:

The Future of Museums Is in Our Homes

The Museos Caseros (Bahía Blanca city, Argentina) represent an innovative museological vision, highlighting the richness of what is made with love and dedication at home.

This approach refers to the daily life and traditions of the community, reflecting the collective memory of Bahía Blanca in an intimate and authentic way.

The exhibitions are characterized by their simplicity and effectiveness, deeply resonating with the public as they are based on the transmission of knowledge and experiences from generation to generation.

Instead of following conventional and academic parameters, the Museos Caseros prioritize the emotional relevance of each piece within the social mosaic of Bahía Blanca

Christian Díaz