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Guillermo del Toro AGO

Guillermo del Toro turns the AGO into a massive haunted house

Guillermo del Toro has brought his whimsical and frightful world to the AGO for a major exhibit that turns the gallery into something of a haunted house. Packed with curiosities and monsters that recall the history of cinema as well as childhood nightmares, this show is a feast for the senses that, in del Toro's words, "finds beauty in the profane."

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez


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