Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie had a date night at the 30th anniversary gala for MOCA on Saturday night. And they even got a private viewing from MOCA’s chief curator, Paul Schimmel.
Angelina and Brad both wore black. He was in Tom Ford and she wore a strapless Armani Prive gown and an Asprey ring.
After strolling the exhibit, Brad told the Dish Rag that the exhibit was “simply fantastic.” Angelina added, “I so agree.”
But we found out from Schimmel what works the couple really appreciated the most.
”Brad and Angelina took a particular interest in Larry Clark‘s "Tulsa" (which documents the aimless drug use, violence and sex activities of Clark’s circle of friends in his hometown ) as well as Nan Goldin‘s photographic works, “The Ballad of Sexual Dependency.”
”When they walked into the Mark Rothko room, they were overwhelmed by the beautiful, luminous quality, they loved Franz Kline’s black-and-white paintings, especially Angelina, who commented on how much she loved his work. Brad can’t wait to come back and see the Geffen collection.
"This is the first time they’ve seen the collection in such depth. The fact that they would stop by here to get a preview is an indication in the depth of interest they have in contemporary art and in MOCA.”
The exhibition runs through May 3. Find out more at MOCA.org.
Reporting: Leah Sydney
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