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Climate change as a human rights issue

Every week we will be sharing one of the pieces from our first ever print magazine which discusses all things Latin America! We hope you become inspired to read and learn more about this fascinating region of the world. Here is the fourth article from our politics editor Tilly Compton about the effects of climate change on Chile’s indigenous […]

Entre Ríos: Dreaming with Eyes Wide Open

Every week we will be sharing one of the pieces from our first ever print magazine which discusses all things Latin America! We hope you become inspired to read and learn more about this fascinating region of the world. Here is the third article from Mexican writer Ricardo Marín about the Argentine indie band Entre Ríos.    It’s […]

And So We Became Witches: Mexico’s feminist march

Every week we will be sharing one of the pieces from our first ever print magazine which discusses all things Latin America! We hope you become inspired to read and learn more about this fascinating region of the world.   The second article from Mexican photographer and artist Paulina López is more pertinent than ever before. This week […]

From Pounds to Pesos: Bristol’s La Clandestina Fight Hunger in Mexico

Every week we will be sharing one of the pieces from our first ever print magazine which discusses all things Latin America! We hope you become inspired to read and learn more about this fascinating region of the world. Here is the first article from BristoLatino’s editor-in-chief Isaac Norris where he interviews the two women behind La […]

Editor’s Note: Issue 1

Every week we will be sharing one of the pieces from our first ever print magazine which discusses all things Latin America! We hope you become inspired to read and learn more about this fascinating region of the world. Here is the editor’s note:   Rosanna West, Phoebe Hopson and Sophie Wall first met on a […]

Inspiration of the week #12: Ana Carolina Fernandes

Every week we will be sharing an inspirational figure from Latin America, someone who we think you deserve to know about. Our aim is to spread the creativity and passion for their subject and hopefully inspire you as well! This week we chose the Brazilian documentary photographer Ana Carolina Fernandes.    Ana Carolina Fernandes is an acclaimed […]

From the Archives...

Art focus: La Casa de los Artistas

Bristolatino editor, Rebecca Wilson, visited the Mexican gallery in July. Here´s a taste of what´s to see. In Mérida – a city of plazas, horse and carts, mezcalerías and pulquerías – lies a gem. Nahualli, Casa de los Artistas is in fact the family home of artists Abel Vázquez and Melva Medina, in which they […]

Why handpoke tattoos? A short convo with Daniel Dobleu

‘Daniel Dobleu’ is an artist from Bogotá, specialising in graphic design and branding, mural painting and writing fantastic book titles. He is now a skilled handpoke tattoo artist, going by the alias sebra.handpoke. BristoLatino‘s Rebecca Wilson spoke to Daniel about his new work in handpoked tattoos.   BL: Tell us a bit about your artistic journey […]

Manuelita review

Have you heard of Manuela Sáenz?  Critically acclaimed play Manuelita shines light onto the unsung revolutionary heroine. Scarlett Sullivan  Based on the life story of Manuela Sáenz, a revolutionary activist who campaigned alongside Simón Bolívar, Manuelita artfully combines comedy with tragedy in a poignant tale of love during the Latin American Wars of Independence. Brought to the stage by […]

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