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Panama Diaz is a multidisciplinary artist based between London and Malaga working across photography, moving image and installation. She graduated with honours from a BA in Fashion Design (San Telmo School of Art, Malaga), and a BA in Fine Art (University of the Arts, London).

Moving across disciplines, her creative career in London started in 2016 with the Cervantes Theatre, working as a Costume Designer for productions such as Federico Garcia Lorca’s “Yerma”.


Since then she has worked with the Feminist Library in London, as a lead in their archival team, and multiple times with the Tate Exchange program at Tate Modern, leading multimedia workshops. Nonetheless, she has continued having a deep relationship with her home town, returning to teach cinema to children as part of the staff team at Minichaplin School.

She has worked closely with artists such as Salvi Vivancos, who taught her how to hand develop super 8 film with Caffenol, Mar Juan Tortosa, with whom she shares a friendship and a passion on working across different disciplines, and Paco Aguilar, a grandmaster of the fine arts.

Her most recent work is photography focused, trying to explore intimacy and the female gaze overall, but always keeping the eyes open for whatever calls her soul.

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Malaga, Spain

+34 611 693 271

Instagram: @panamadiaz

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