John Baldessari's original project for the Prada foundation, Milan, is at once unexpected and familiar. Such a paradox is perhaps typical of a man who is particularly moved by the notion that 'you can think of chaos as just another kind of order,' and who believes, firmly, that 'art comes out of art'. The slender figures becomes Degasian in their cloth - the overlaying of reality onto the coldness of bronze bodies is a move which remains inescapably tender.