Last weekend, James Franco celebrated the closing of "Rebel's" six-week run at the MOCA in vintage L.A. street style, complete with food trucks and an outdoor screening of Red Rebel. Closing night attendees included Jena Malone, Terry Richardson and MOCA Director Jeffrey Deitch.
"Rebel" was a mixed media interpretive tribute to James Dean's celebrated film Rebel Without a Cause (1955). Franco collaborated with artists Paul McCarthy, Ed Ruscha, Aaron Young, Harmony Korine and more to help him round out the sprawling Hollywood-inspired exhibit that is "Rebel."
Check out the photos from the event below:
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