— Chris Rock (@chrisrock) June 7, 2015

Bushwick art scene may not be as impenetrable as The New York Times thinks. For one, Chris Rock didn’t have a problem to “find an entrance” during this past weekend’s Bushwick Open Studios, and joyfully hang out with artists at 17-17 Troutman St and 16 Cypress Ave buildings, visiting artist studios taking selfies, and simply enjoying BOS 2015.

Yesterday, on Sunday June 7, at noon he tweeted a picture of himself standing in front of a piece by artist Delphine Diaw Diallo, and later a picture of a Bushwick Collective street mural.

Several Instagram photos were posted shortly after with Chris Rock posing with artist Brittany Knapp, Delphine Diaw Diallo, as well as a picture of him visiting the speakeasy location of Mobile Vintage.

Did Chris Rock also visit your studio? Leave us a comment!

— Chris Rock (@chrisrock) June 7, 2015

Chris Rock with artist @delphinediallo during Bushwick Open Studios! Yes Delphine! #bos2015 #repost #art #artist #artistslife #brooklyn #nyc #newyorkcity • • • • tell me about yourself??? #ilovenyc #bos2015 #chrisrock

A photo posted by Jenn Singer Gallery (@jennsingergallery) on Jun 7, 2015 at 3:12pm PDT

Chillin in the showroom today with Chris Rock. #goodtimes #themobilevintageshop #bushwickopenstudios #chrisrock #funnyguy #wereopen A photo posted by The Mobile Vintage Shop. (@mobilevintagebk) on Jun 7, 2015 at 12:32pm PDT

Chris Rock came to Bushwick Open Studios and stopped by! Not bad for a Sunday!

A photo posted by Brittany Knapp (@keeblerart) on Jun 7, 2015 at 11:55am PDT