Portals of Puebla

“Walls don’t seperate space; they exist in space; therefore, they separate nothing” is the Vedic maxim I learned in order to remove barriers, many years after I had learned to revere them, especially those of Puebla, the city I discovered as a boy exploring his heritage. The portals of Puebla — or should I say the poems of Puebla — have never ceased to captivate me. I photograph them year after year — often the same ones — just to have the pleasure of contemplating the beauty in all that goes into creating a gateway between spaces.

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A native of Chicago, Ricky Toledano has lived in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for over twenty years as a writer, translator and teacher. [a]multipicity is multi-lingual collection of reflections through the humanities.

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