Kanye West is back following his unexpected hospitalization in November. The “Famous” singer was released Nov. 30, but has not been seen out and about until now.

On Thursday, West came out of hiding to visit the “Rick Owens: Furniture” exhibition at the MOCA Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, California. Giovanni Leonardo Bassan — an Italian artist — snapped a photo of West, 39, during the showing and posted it on Instagram. Fans were thrilled to see the 21-time Grammy award winner out and about after his stint in UCLA Medical Center. The photo revealed a new look for West, as he is now sporting partially blond hair.

Many of the details about West’s hospitalization have been tightly guarded. That may all change when the new season of E!’s “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” premieres. According to a report from Entertainment Tonight Wednesday, scenes related to West’s hospitalization have been filmed for the show. No cameras were at the hospital during the ordeal, which suggests that the series and it’s stars will take an approach similar to the one they took when discussing Lamar Odom’s hospitalization on the program.

“He’s never been a fan of having the cameras around him,” a source told ET Online. “We’re told the show’s producers will be cautious about how they address Kanye’s hospitalization on the upcoming season.”

It’s not clear when the show will premiere the new season of “KUWTK.” For now, all fans have in the way of information about West’s alleged breakdown is speculation. Several reports, including one from Us Weekly published on Dec. 3, suggest that his hospitalization was linked to wife Kim Kardashian having been robbed at gunpoint inside their Paris apartment in October. A source claimed that the incident — which West was not present for — had been haunting the Chicago native in the weeks since it occurred.

“It did a number on him as much as Kim. The mere thought that anything could happen to her sent him in a tailspin,” the source said. “He wasn’t sleeping and he was having nightmares about it.”

West is back in the public eye, but has yet to return to social media. It is unclear if and when he intends to start tweeting and posting to Instagram again.