MoMu Interactive Visit: WILLY VANDERPERRE
A creative tour with workshop for primary education through the temporary exhibition.
WhenFrom 30 April through 4 August 2024
For whomPrimary education
- Tuesday to Sunday between 10 AM - 6 PM
- Maximum 15 students per guide
- €105 per guide (including €5 administration costs)
Discover WILLY VANDERPERRE prints, films, a rave and more… together with a MoMu guide. Enjoy creative assignments along the way, with an inspired workshop in the MoMu Studio as a highlight!
The emphasis of an 'Interactive Visit' is not so much on the content of the story, but more on the experience: learning how to translate what you see into words, paying attention to materials and colours, …
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 theme of adolescence is a common thread throughout the exhibition. Childhood experiences and influences determine the formation of one's identity. The exhibition moreover explores the power of iconography with artworks by, amongst others, Cranach and Ashley Bickerton.
The exhibition features (explicit) images of naked people.
We had a very passionate guide who was able to captivate our children from the get-go!