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About us

Centro Cultural La Moneda (CCLM) is Chile’s most visited exhibition center. Located in the civic center of Santiago, it hosts exhibitions, programs and events of cultural and artistic interest. It opened its doors in January 2006, presenting since then more than 100 Chilean and international exhibitions. CCLM seeks to provide a relevant cultural experience, enhancing its visits with guided tours and activities for a wide range of audiences.

Its 7200 square-meter building, an architectural marvel project of the Undurraga Devés architecture firm, integrates a diverse agenda across three underground levels, with prominent exhibitions in the main rooms in addition to films, documentaries and animation at the Cineteca Nacional and galleries specialized in design, photography and heritage. At the CCLM building, you can also find restaurants, cafes and shops that ensure an enjoyable visit.




Gonzalo Cienfuegos Browne
Appointed by Minister of Cultures, Arts and Heritage

Vice-president (Surrogate)
Miguel Angel Coll Ugarte
Director of Cultural Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Alan Trampe Torrejón
National Deputy Director of Museums, Ministry of Culture, Arts and Heritage

Abdullah Ommidvar Farhadi
Representative of the Chilean Foundation for Moving Images

Drina Rendic Espinosa
Appointed by Minister of Cultures, Arts and Heritage

Pedro Montes Lira
Appointed by Minister of Cultures, Arts and Heritage

Federico Sánchez Villaseca
Appointed by Minister of Cultures, Arts and Heritage

Gonzalo Sánchez Serrano
Appointed by Minister of Cultures, Arts and Heritage

Jorge Larraín Matte
Appointed by Minister of Cultures, Arts and Heritage




Senior staff


The team at Centro Cultural La Moneda is comprised of an interdisciplinary group of professionals and technicians. Distributed across the Projects, Education and Outreach, Marketing and Development, Cineteca Nacional and Administration areas, they are the ones responsible of enabling the cultural experiences offered by this space to materialize in order to welcome our visiting audience in the best way possible.

Advisory board


The functions of the Advisory Board are directly related to ensuring standards that operate globally in cultural organisations through partnerships and collaborative work with the team at Centro Cultural La Moneda. The purpose of the Advisory Board is to reinforce the international ties of Centro Cultural La Moneda, in addition to ensuring that its activities and programme respond to the highest standards for cultural institutions.

The Advisory Board consists of

Camilla Carlberg (Sweden) Curator and Head of the Department of Education and Public Programmes at Moderna Museet, Stockholm, where she specializes in contemporary art and performance, developing and implementing programmes for the expansion of audiences.

Ticio Escobar (Paraguay) Curator, teacher, art critic and cultural promotor. He is currently the Director of the Visual Arts Centre / Museo del Barro in Asuncion and President of the Carlos Colombino Lailla Foundation.

Beatriz Espinoza (Chile) Bachelor of Visual Arts, craftswoman in ceramics and Master (c) of Art Theory
and History. She is currently the Chairman of the Chilean Committee of Museums, ICOM Chile, focused on national and international networks among museums.

Victoria Giraudo (Argentina) Bachelor of Fine Arts and curator. Since 2010, she is Head of the Curatorial Department at MALBA, the Buenos Aires Museum of Latin American Art, where she is also a member of the Artistic Committee, and Representative and Treasurer of the MALBA Foundation Board of Directors.

Alfredo Jaar (Chile) Visual artist, architect and filmmaker who lives and works in New York. He has made over 70 public interventions around the world, and more than 50 monographic books about his work have been published. He received the Guggenheim Fellowship in 1985, the Mac Arthur Grant in 2000, the Chilean National Arts Prize in 2013, the Hiroshima Art Prize in 2018 and the 2020 Hasselblad Photography Award.

Daniel Slater (England) Head of Exhibitions and Loans at Victoria & Albert Museum, London. He was Head of International Collection Exhibitions at Tate, where he led the itinerant exhibits programme in collaboration with various organisations at a global level.

Zara Stanhope (Australia) Curator and Ph.D. She is currently the Curatorial Manager of Asian and Pacific Art at Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA), Brisbane. She is also an Assistant Professor at the School of Art and Design of AUT University, Auckland and RMIT University, Melbourne.

Koen Vanhove (Sweden) Cultural manager and entrepreneur focused on performative arts and Executive MBA specialising in Innovation. He is actively involved in consulting large institutions, as well as emerging artists. Founder of Key Performance, an international cultural management and network organisation company


Editorial Committee


The Editorial Committee of Centro Cultural La Moneda is composed of a multidisciplinary team and has among its functions to review and approve all the proposals and contents for the exhibitions, publications and outreach activities carried out by the Cultural Center, in addition to ensuring the quality of its programming.





About of CCLM


History of CCLM

Centro Cultural La Moneda was inaugurated on January 26, 2006 as a great space for culture, designed to engage the attention of diverse audiences at a central location of the civic life in Santiago, Chile.

Annual Report 2020

This 2020 Memoir contains the main milestones, advances and guidelines that motivated our work throughout the year.