From Actor To Artist: James Franco’s First Solo Exhibition at AIR’s Clocktower Gallery

27 Aug

Hollywood pin-up James Franco is currently starring in “Eat, Pray, Love”—but you can also get a glimpse of his artistic side this month (is there anything he can’t do) at AIR’s Clocktower Gallery in New York. The actor-turned-artist’s first solo exhibition, The Dangerous Book Four Boys, has been extended through the first week of October and features short films, drawings, photographs and sculptures  drawing on themes that are familiar to Franco, like masculinity and celebrity. For some gallery chic style, try one of the new items from photographer Mika Ninagawa’s range for 7 here. We suggest wearing it to the exhibition—maybe you’ll catch Franco’s eye.

James Franco’s The Dangerous Book Four Boys; Clocktower Gallery

108 Leonard Street (between Broadway and Lafayette Streets); Open from Tuesday-Friday, 12pm-5pm

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