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Guillermo del Toro: at home with monsters logo design Museum of the Arts of the University of Guadalajara , Jalisco | From March to July Guillermo will exhibit his collection of more than 500 objects (sketches, notes, models, clothes, posters, toys and sculptures) that have inspired him throughout his life. A fan of the occult, monsters and comics, the collection includes original pieces used in some of his films and is curated by Eugenio Caballero, collaborator and close friend of the director. The exhibition opens in Guillermo's hometown, but in Mexico City they will have to wait until 2020 for it to arrive at the San Carlos Museum. The most anticipated exhibitions in Mexico to start 2019 1 Angel of Death for Hellboy 2, 2008. Naked Appearance: desire and the object in the work of Marcel Duchamp and Jeff Koons Jumex Museum , Mexico City | From May 17 to September 29 Massimiliano Gioni, curator, art critic and artistic director of the
New Museum (New York), is in charge of curating this joint exhibition of more than 70 works by Marcel Duchamp and Jeff Koons. An exhibition that confronts the work of both artists to show the parallels, the coincidences and the social relations of two of the most influential artists of the 20th century. The Jumex Museum will exhibit some of the most important works by both creators, such as the Bicycle Wheel and the Fountain by Duchamp; as well as Koons' Made in Heaven and Balloon Dog.