Yesterday i went to the "Fondazione Prada "which located Largo Isarco,2 Milan Italy .The current exhibition is “To The Son of Man Who Ate The Scroll " by Goshka Macuga Polish artist based in London. The exhibition "To the Son of the Man who Ate the Scroll " is presented in the exhibition spaces of the Podium , the Cisterna and Sud gellery ,and i have to pay 10 euro for admission.The project was conceived and designed by Goshka Macuga , whose artistic practice is often referred to as taking on the roles of an artist,curator ,collector , researcher and exhibition designer .Macuga works across a variety of media including sculpture, illustration,photography,architecture and design. It’s was the great time for me to spend all of my weekends to visit there. For me ,the exhibition is very interesting , futuristic, and very imprinted also the location is very modernize. Ohterwise it's not far from my place just 6 stop by bus ,honestly i can't wait to go there for the next exhibition.