Kanye West and Tyler, The Creator got some special treatment at the latest Turrell exhibit.
Kanye West has made it pretty clear on Twitter that he is a huge admirer of visual artist James Turrell, who is known for using light and space to create some pretty interesting installations. Well Kanye, along with Tyler, The Creator, got to experience Turrell's work first hand, thanks to a personal tour from the artist himself.
Kanye and Tyler found themselves in North Adams, Massachusetts today as Turrell's latest exhibit "Into The Light," is located at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art. According to the Berkshire Eagle, Jodi Joseph, a spokesperson for the museum said "Kanye is an admirer of Jim Turrell and came to visit the exhibition, and got a tour of the whole place, and heard a little bit about the history of North Adams."
As seen above, the museum took to Twitter to show off Kanye's presence at the museum. According to Joseph "[West] seemed charmed by getting to spend time in the Turrell exhibition with [the artist], and he talked at length with [museum curator] Denise Markonish."
Turrell's exhibition was opened in 2017 and will be on display for the next 25 years. You may remember Turrell for being the inspiration behind Drake's "Hotline Bling" music video.