ARTICLES OF Adriana Murillo

Crouch Down and Eat: Street Food in La Paz

28 May, 2015 | Adriana Murillo

ILLUSTRATION: OSCAR ZALLESIt can be said that a large percentage of Bolivians have eaten agachaditos. The word ‘agachadito’ means ‘crouch’, but in reality, it is more than its literal meaning. It mean...

El Ojo del Inca

28 May, 2015 | Adriana Murillo

PHOTO: THELMA FANOLATwenty-five kilometers from the city of Potosí, in Tarapaya and across a rocky canyon that arrives at ‘the Devil’s Cave’ (according to locals, a place where the Devil resides) and...

Labour Day: May the 1st

28 May, 2015 | Adriana Murillo

ILLUSTRATION: FREEPIK.COMIn Bolivia, the origins of unionism lie in the revolution of 1952, a moment in time that was a determining factor consolidating the start of the representation of the working...

All Together for Bolivia

21 Nov, 2016 | Adriana Murillo

Photo: Courtesy of Revolución JigoteTackling the Challenges of Urban Life in La Paz and Santa CruzWe've all struggled in the chaos of the cities of Bolivia. We’ve seen garbage in the streets, old buse...

El Gato Negro

29 Dec, 2016 | Adriana Murillo

Image: Courtesy of Chicho SernaThe caretaker of civil societyHe is an ordinary guy who wears a hat and a black mask to express his critiques of the government and society. When he speaks, his words ar...

Bolivian Festival Apparel

23 Feb, 2018 | Adriana Murillo

Photos: Iván Rodriguez PetkovicInnovation Keeps Local Culture, Customs and Costumes AliveVibrant colours, masks, sequins and feathers adorn the streets of La Paz during carnival and other traditional...

Portrait of Marcelo Quiroga Santa Cruz, a symbol of Bolivia’s fight for democracy

22 Nov, 2017 | Adriana Murillo

Illustration: Hugo L. CuellarIn the 1980s, during the dictatorships of Luis García Meza and Luis Arce Gómez, many important leaders and figures of Bolivian civil society were disappeared or assassinat...

Matilde Casazola

26 Apr, 2018 | Adriana Murillo

Photo: Adriana MurilloThe voice of Bolivia’s poetic songUpon opening the green gate of a house in the centre of Sucre, I was overcome by a sense of tranquillity when I saw the kind face of Matilde Cas...