MoMu Highlights: Spring-Summer
Discover all of the MoMu exhibitions!
WhenFrom 27 April through 4 August 2024
LanguagesDutch, French, English & German
For whomAdults, Young adults
- Tuesday to Sunday between 10 AM - 6 PM
- Maximum 20 persons per guide
- €130 per guide (including €25 administration costs)
A MoMu guide will take you through the temporary exhibition WILLY VANDERPERRE prints, films, a rave and more… and provide an insight into the collection presentation, which includes masterpieces by Martin Margiela, A.F. Vandevorst, Ann Demeulemeester, Raf Simons, ... Afterwards, you will pay a short visit to the Baloji Augurism. exhibition. The MoMu Library is also included in the programme.
WILLY VANDERPERRE prints, films, a rave and more...
MoMu explores the oeuvre of the Belgian photographer Willy Vanderperre. His editorial work regularly appears in magazines such as AnOther Magazine, Dust, i-D, Perfect, Vogue and W Magazine. He has also photographed campaigns for fashion houses such as Dior and Prada, among others.
The exhibition highlights how Vanderperre’s fascination with youth has been a motivational force for almost three decades. In dialogue with his photographs he selected several artworks that have been an important source of inspiration in the ongoing development of his universe. The overview of his photographic practice explores the evolution of its visual language, as well as the years of collaboration with Olivier Rizzo and Raf Simons.
The exhibition WILLY VANDERPERRE features (explicit) images of naked people.
MoMu’s collection presentation looks back at four decades of Belgian fashion, complemented by a selection from the museum’s historical collection. The exhibition gives an overview of the most important protagonists of Belgian fashion, based on the themes that characterise the distinctive nature of the MoMu Collection.
With Baloji Augurism the MoMu gallery will be transformed into a place of magical realism: the intriguing world of Baloji. The exhibition is inspired by his latest feature film Augure and the related albums, and gives us a new perspective on his artistic practice.
Videos, masks, garments, and installations look into the culture, philosophy, and ritual of both individual and collective contemporary Belgian and Congolese identity.