The actor and artist previously made their public debut as a couple at the gala back in 2019
The Matrix star, 59, and the visual artist, 50, attended the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) Art + Film Gala together on Saturday, when they were photographed smiling and holding hands in front of one of the museum's most iconic installations, Urban Light.
Once inside, the couple, who wore matching black ensembles, also hit the gala’s red carpet together.
For the night out, Grant wore a floor-length gown with a keyhole cutout, while Reeves complimented her in a Gucci suit.
Reeves and Grant were friends and collaborators for years before they began dating, having previously worked together on the 2011 book Ode to Happiness.
They then made their public debut as a couple at the LACMA Art + Film Gala years later in 2019.
Though Reeves and Grant have not shied away from PDA in the years since, they keep much of their romance under wraps.
But, in September, Grant opened up to PEOPLE about her relationship with the John Wick star while walking the red carpet solo.
"The good news about falling in love as an adult is that I had built my own career by the time that my relationship had begun,” she told PEOPLE at the Los Angeles Beverly Arts Icon Awards, where she was an honoree.
“I feel very confident in the relationship on the red carpet. I feel confident on it alone,” the visual artist added. "It's interdependent and independent in the best ways.”
At the same event, the accomplished artist also said that she and the actor push each other creatively.
“What I love about Keanu and our exchange is that we're pushing each other to build new roads,” Grant said. “Seeing the other person's problem-solving is inspiring, like, ‘Oh, well, okay, this one, that's a cul-de-sac. How do I try this other thing?’ ”
She continued, “He's such an inspiration to me. He's so creative, he's so kind. He works so hard.”
Grant also said that “storytelling is at the heart” of what both she and Reeves do.
“My work is much more of a private performance, but I have a text that I interpret in the studio into a painting, into an object,” she explained. “He takes the text in private and then turns it into a performance in public. There's a relationship. We're both at the heart readers and researchers. We both care about people and we care about characters.”
When asked if her own art has changed since she began dating Reeves, Grant said, “Absolutely.”
“I had a studio visit a few years ago, and this very kind, very high-level person said, 'I can see that your work has gotten happier,’ ” she recalled. “That's real. We're all human beings. We're animals. We're expressing from where we are and certainly feeling happier.”
“I think the work is happier,” Grant added.
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Reeves has also opened up about how his relationship has made his life more joyful, telling PEOPLE in March that his last moment of bliss at the time was one he shared with Grant.
"A couple of days ago with my honey," the actor said. "We were in bed. We were connected. We were smiling and laughing and giggling. Feeling great.”
“It was just really nice to be together,” he added.
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