Jan Hendrix, 2009

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Puebla consists of a central cylinder structure flanked by two horizontal arches rising over four meters high in white painted aluminum. It was produced by Factum Arte and installed in Mexico during the summer of 2009 in its permanent location.

The final metal fragments were transported from Spain to Mexico for completion. The white painting process took place in Puebla, from where the sculpture takes its name.

The finished piece installed in the park next to Museo Amparo, in Puebla.

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