James Franco’s planned art exhibit commemorating the late James Dean will be ‘delayed until a later date.’ The Hollywood Reporter says the Dean influenced, ‘Rebel,’ exhibit was to be part of the Venice Biennale in Italy. The exhibit was to pay tribute to the late actor’s the legendary film ‘Rebel Without a Cause.’
Franco is said to have worked with Paul McCarthy, Aaron Young and Ed Rusha on the project.
According to THR, a ‘spokesman’ stated ‘…Franco has decided to postpone the opening of 'Rebel' to a later date during the exhibition, so that his vision for the project can be fully realized.’
Venice Biennale opens this coming Saturday June 4.
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