Around the world in 74 works in a dialogue between stone and coaches

“Do you see? From here the word “Hello” is clearly visible.” From the 1st Floor window of the Coach Museum, Guta Moura Guedes points to the outside, to the work of Fernanda Fragateiro down in the square, a work by the Portuguese artist inspired by the geometric shapes of the alphabet created by Josef Albers, which, up close, it just seems like a meaningless set of stones, but seen from above it takes on a whole new meaning. Hello (After Josef Albers) is one of the works – all of them in Portuguese stone – that make up the exhibition Primeira Pedra 2016/2022, which opens tomorrow at the Coach Museum in Lisbon.



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