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This weekend, our sister site Curbed LA stopped by the new MOCA and James Franco art exhibition, Rebel, at the JF Chen furniture showroom space on Highland. The show, which is a twisted tribute to Nicholas Ray's iconic film Rebel Without a Cause, includes short films by Franco, a film by Kids writer Harmony Korine, photography by Terry Richardson, and—Curbed's favorite—an installation by Commonwealth Projects that has morphed the entire warehouse into Chateau Marmont's bungalow section. Rebel runs through June 23. [Curbed; Previously]