ARTINFO reports that James Franco's High/Lowe, Rob Lowe, at Terence Koh's Asia Song Society gallery has mysteriously closed only five days after opening. Conspiracy theories abound, but ASS gave a hint about the problem:
"After opening the show to much critical acclaim, it was brought to our attention that there may be unresolved licensing agreements between James and those responsible for some of the original media that was reinterpreted for 'High/Low, Rob Lowe.' Out of respect for those artists we have decided not to continue showing 'High/Low, Rob Lowe' until these possible issues are resolved."
But the fact remains that Franco's air of versatility has rankled some critics , and his budding career as an artist hasn't exactly been smooth either. What do you think of his artistic ambitions? Let us know in the poll below and in the comments.