There are 12,657 South American immigrants living in Seville, of which 2,105 are of Bolivian nationality. Spanish on her mother’s side and Bolivian on her father’s, the young Rosario Marín talks about her experiences as the proud owner of a “double heart,” despite the difficulties she has found living in a society that’s commonly miseducated…

“Visceral, determined, racial. At times wild, fragile at times. Dance of emotions”. This is how the journalist Sara Arguijo described the figure and art of Irene La Sentio, an Italian who has lived in Seville for years and one of the great flamenco dancers of the national and international scene. The report by Mathison Davis…