A teaser poster featuring Selena Gomez for Harmony Korine's upcoming new film Spring Breakers, out March 22nd.
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Rebel is a book published to coincide with the exhibition Rebel by The Museum of Contemporary Arts, Los Angeles(MOCA) which ran from May 15th to June 23rd at JF Chen, Los Angeles. The book captures and documents James Franco's original vision for this interrogative ode to Nicholas Ray's masterpiece Rebel Without A Cause.
MOCA presents Rebel, an interrogative ode to Nicholas Ray’s masterpiece Rebel Without A Cause (1955), conceived by James 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. On view until June 23rd at Moca, 941 North Hingland Avenue, Los Angeles. Photo and text Andi Elloway
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