Today I am sharing pictures about the installation REBEL at MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles) which focuses on James Dean and the making of Rebel Without a Cause. Franco created a replica of 1950′s Hollywood as it relates to Rebel Without a Cause - both it’s movie sets and places associated with its filming and rehearsal. With structures consisting of bungalows, pools, and the Hollywood Hills, Franco and his team of artists experiment with the mythology of the movie through sculpture, video, and photography. Viewers can walk through the installation and feel like they are hanging out with James Dean himself – or at least his drowned motorcycle.
more pictures here