Guillermo Del Toro is one of the most imaginative icons in the horror industry. He has shattered boundaries within film and his movies definitely translate this through the atmosphere created, the imagery, and the overall aesthetic of his films. Some of these include Pan’s Labyrinth, Hellboy, and Cronos.
I had the pleasure of visiting LACMA earlier this month to see the At Home With Monsters exhibit. The installation featured Del Toro’s private collection of paintings, sculptures, and many forms of art pertaining to his personal work, as well as the horror genre overall.
If you’re not in Los Angeles and can’t stop in for your chance to visit, definitely check out some of my photos from the exhibit. However, if you do get the chance to purchase tickets, it’s not too late! The exhibit runs through November 27th, 2016 and is a solid way to spend your time.
I hope you enjoyed some of my photos from my visit at the Guillermo Del Toro exhibit. These are only a snippet of what you can see at LACMA and everything truly is a joy to see in person. For more information, visit: http://www.lacma.org/guillermo-del-toro#about-the-exhibition