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MoMu Highlights Fall-Winter (secondary/higher education)

During this visit you will discover everything that MoMu has to offer!

Visitor information

  • Tickets

  • When

    Tuesday to Sunday between 10 AM - 6 PM
  • Duration

    1,5 hours
  • Languages

    Dutch, French, English & German
  • For whom

    Secondary & higher education
  • Maximum number

    20 students

  • Pricing

    €105 per guide (including €5 administration costs)

A MoMu guide will take you through the temporary exhibition ‘ECHO. Wrapped in memory’ 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.

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    Senne Van Der Ven
  • group of students in the expo
    Ian Segal

The exhibition 'ECHO. Wrapped in memory' is about the intimate connection between clothing and memory through the lens of three artists: fashion designer Simone Rocha, artist Louise Bourgeois, and choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker. They each use clothing, textiles and personal memories to shape their creations and tell stories.

The exhibition highlights several themes, including motherhood, childhood and nostalgia, crafts and repair, clothing memories and the passage of time. n addition, the exhibition displays 'imperfect' garments from the MoMu collection, which reveal the presence of their previous wearers and tell stories of a life, of scars, sweat, tears and joy.

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.

About the artist:
Born in Lubumbashi (Democratic Republic of Congo) and based in Belgium, Baloji is an award-winning musician, designer, filmmaker, and transdisciplinary artist.