This is what happens when you take Will Ferrell and Joel McHale on a private tour of an art exhibition.

Curator of the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, Aram Moshayedi, took the comedian duo for a walk through to promote ‘Stories Of Almost Everyone’.

Lucky for us, it’s one of those kind of art shows. Filled with pieces like a pile of letters delivered return to sender to the gallery, or two socks placed carefully on the ground.

When the lights go off and there’s no-one here and there’s a guard outside that door making sure no-one gets in to move those socks, it brings me a strange joy – Joel McHale

It’s well worth seeing Will Ferrell’s face when presented with a two caret diamond ring, produced from the ashes of the Mexican architect Luis Barragán.

The highlight must be Work No. 569 by Martin Creed, a piano that automatically slams it’s lid in a deafening, echoing boom. It’s something anyone can appreciate.

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