Famous director Guillermo del Toro has always been a very fascinating person and a master of all things creepy and spooky, and now he is getting his very own exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art this Summer.
Del Toro works out of a residence he has named Bleak House that is filled with all sorts of fantastic and somewhat disturbing art pieces, as well as a theater which has over 7,000 classic films to view. Back in 2012 he gave us a sneak peek into Bleak House, which gives us an idea of what we can expect with his new exhibit.
His exhibit will feature many of his curiosities and bizarre items that have inspired his own art in directing over the years. After the exhibit’s Summer stay at LACMA, it will travel around the world. His inspiration to the film industry which has included movies like Pan’s Labyrinth, Hellboy, and The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, has touched audiences all over the world and will undoubtedly draw a large crowd to the exhibit.
I’m curious, will you go see his curiosities? If this exhibit makes it way to my neck of the woods, I’ll definitely be there!