Art

THE SPACE BETWEEN

26 Aug, 2015 | Hannah Mills

Concrete poetry and the power of the visual in verseBolivian blogger, journalist and poet Paola Senseve uses space to make her readers question the nature of poetry. Using a form called ‘concrete poet...

MUD SPACES

26 Aug, 2015 | Valeria Wilde

Photos by: Valeria WildeHans Moeller is a German-Bolivian who studied economics and spent part of his life working in the mining industry. Currently, he spends his free time working on astonishing con...

MAPPING CULTURAL SPACES

26 Aug, 2015 | Megan Sunderland

Making Bolivian Culture More AccessibleThe Centro Cultural Torino, located on the upper balcony of Hotel Torino on Socabaya Street, is a small salon with a series of vintage patterned armchairs. The b...

Flaviadas

28 May, 2015 | Emily Cashen

PHOTO: ALEX AYALAStrolling down Avenida Ecuador early on a Saturday evening, you may very well be greeted by the sound of a Bach melody floating on the breeze. Following this symphony will lead you th...

Grafitti

28 May, 2015 | Eliza Wood

PHOTO: ELIZA WOODWhen Martha Cajías' mural entitled "The Kallawga" was vandalised in February, several people took to social media to publicise their outrage. The mural located on La Avenida Sánchez L...

TURNING UP THE TEMPO

27 Apr, 2015 | Jenny Dinwoodie

Bolivia Clásica School of Music helps young musicians take to the international stage  Even before the clarinet had reached his lips, I knew I was about to witness something special. It was his...

LA PAZ LEARNING

27 Apr, 2015 | Emily Cashen

Our intrepid reporter samples various educational opportunities around the city TANGO Following 40 minutes of fervent map-consulting and wrong turns, I finally arrived at Casa Argentina—just six bl...

THE TALE OF THE MISFORTUNATE FOX AND THE MOUNTAIN

24 Feb, 2015 | Sophia Vahdati

Be true of heart, persevere, and all your dreams shall come true.Damsels in distress will eventually be saved by rich, attractive gentlemen.Mother-in-laws are evil by their very nature. PHOTO: MI...

HUANCARANI

24 Dec, 2014 | Jonathan Mccarthy

The women from Huancarani have to traverse four hours of mountain to get to Independencia, the nearest town, where you still can't get hold of a refrigerated soft drink. They don't have a Facebook acc...

SAXOMAN Y LOS CASANOVAS

24 Dec, 2014 | Carlos Sanchez Navas

‘You know that Américo came? He's friends with Superman, Wonder Woman, the Fantastic Four and Iron Man . . . . Saxoman and the Casanovas, that’s my boy, brother.’ Forty-three-year old Américo Esteve...

SIN MOTIVO

24 Dec, 2014 | Manuel Seoane and Samuel Rendon

Photo: Juan Manuel Lobaton , courtesy of SINMOTIVO PHOTOGRAPHERS www.sonmotivo.com Like most good stories, this project began on a night out. Initially, the objective was to share one ph...

A PEOPLE WITHOUT MEMORY IS A PEOPLE WITHOUT HISTORY

24 Dec, 2014 | Adriana Murillo

‘Bolivia has gone through incredible eras: the War of The Pacific, the Chaco War, and many other dramatic periods. Incredible photographs have been taken of all of these times,’ says Bolivian photogra...

GUMO

24 Dec, 2014 | Sophia Vahdati

Photo: Daniel Oros Alvaro Gumucio Li (Aka Gumo), a born and bred cochabambino, started his professional career as a photographer four years ago. He studied at the Instituto Eduarlo Lareda in...

MICHAEL DUNN

24 Dec, 2014 | Sophia Vahdati

In 2006, Michael Dunn had left Bolivia and was studying business in New York where he enrolled in a photography course. His life then changed its course as he quit his business career to pursue photo...

PHOTOGRAPHY IN AN AGE OF VISUAL CONTAMINATION

24 Dec, 2014 | Alejandro Loayza Grisi

Cables, advertisements, meaningless graffiti; posters, billboards and political propaganda: these are only some of the things that mark our urban landscape in La Paz. Practically every wall or stree...