Goshka Macuga’s “To the Son of Man Who Ate the Scroll"

In occasion of Frieze New York, Polish artist Goshka Macuga will present on Thursday “Before the Beginning and After the End,” a catalogue on his career published by Fondazione Prada. The Milanese art institution currently hosts Macuga’s “To the Son of Man Who Ate the Scroll,” an exhibition, open until June 18, which explores the themes of time, origin, end, collapse and rebirth.

Fondazione Prada’s head of research and publications Mario Mainetti, who edited the catalogue, and Prada’s longtime collaborator and graphic designer Michael Rock, will also attend the book launch.

On Saturday, another artist who has an exhibition at Fondazione Prada, Thomas Demand, will participate to a Frieze Talk on copyright and images’ authenticity. These are some of the themes at the base of Demand’s “L’image volée” on show in Milan until Aug. 28.

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