In LA: Rebel @ JF Chen (NSFW)

Juxtapoz // Monday, May 14, 2012
In his June 2011 Juxtapoz feature, James Franco admits to being drawn to stories about teenagers, with “Everything being heightened in that world.” There is definitelya very heightened, almost tactile immersion upon entering the long awaited Rebel installation, presented by the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art at the JF Chen Gallery.

Interview: Harmony Korine on "Rebel"

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 11, 2012
In April 2011, MOCA approached Juxtapoz with a unique project that they were producing with James Franco: Rebel,a mult-facitated, mixed-media, collaborative art installation and project loosely based on the making and legacy of James Dean's famed film, Rebel Without A Cause. In July 2011, Juxtapoz published a cover story examining Rebel, interviewing James Franco, Harmony Korine, and Aaron Young, about how the project came about.

Interview: James Franco on "Rebel"

Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 10, 2012
In April 2011, MOCA approached Juxtapoz with a unique project that they were producing with James Franco: Rebel, a mult-facitated, mixed-media, collaborative art installation and project loosely based on the making and legacy of James Dean's famed film, Rebel Without A Cause. In July 2011, Juxtapoz published a cover story examining Rebel, interviewing James Franco, Harmony Korine, and Aaron Young, about how the project came about.

MOCA Presents "Rebel" @ JF Chen, Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Sunday, April 29, 2012
Last July 2011, we did a cover story on Rebel, the experimental, multi-part art project fronted by James Franco including components by Harmony Korine, Aaron Young, Douglas Gordon, Paul McCarthy, and Ed Ruscha. After a few delays,  MOCA will present Rebel this May 15, and OHWOW will publish the accompanying book.

Feature: A Conversation with Aaron Young on "Rebel"

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 29, 2011
This month in Juxtapoz Magazine, we did a special report on the Rebel project, featuring Harmony Korine, James Franco, and Aaron Young. Rebel, an abstraction on the life of James Dean and history of Rebel Without A Cause, will premiere at the Venice Biennale this summer. Here is our interview excerpt with NYC-based Aaron Young.

Harmony Korine on Letterman, 1997

Juxtapoz // Friday, April 29, 2011
We've been working on an editorial regarding Harmony Korine, about his contributions to James Franco's “Rebel” that will show at 54th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale. In research, we found this great clip of Korine on the "Late Show with David Letterman" fomr 1997, in promotion of his film, Gummo

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