LACMA recommends that visitors make reservations to see their wildly popular show "James Turrell: A Retrospective," but we doubt that Drake had to wait to get in. The rapper stopped by the exhibition yesterday, and despite the fact that no photography is allowed in the galleries, Drake took the opportunity to snap a few Instagrams in the colored light. Forget clubs, if we were famous, we'd use our celebrity to get into museums too. 

We've been following Drake's love of art since he Instagrammed a work signed by Banksy in March. Clearly a fan of big name street artists, he also owns a portrait of himself by Mr. Brainwash

But the best Drake x art moment in recent months was his album art for Nothing Was the Same, a benchmark piece by Kadir Nelson that will rank among some of the greatest album covers ever created.

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