James Franco is at it again.

Ed Ruscha

His show “Rebel” at LA’s MoCA just opening this past week. It includes work by Douglas Gordon, Harmony Korine, Paul McCarthy, Terry Richardson, Ed Ruscha and Aaron Young. According to the museum’s web site:

Rebel is an interrogative ode to Nicholas Ray’s masterpiece Rebel Without A Cause (1955), conceived by Franco to embrace and mine the main themes and events in the original film. The exhibition reinterprets the film’s legends, the people involved, its place in Hollywood, film as a medium, and behind-the-scenes footage, in a new, fresh, and unconventional presentation of film, video installation, photography, painting, drawing, and sculpture, housed in and framed by iconic, Hollywood structures.

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~ by Valerie Palmer on May 19, 2012.

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