An exhibition by Andrea Cammarosano, MoMu Award winner 2008
Inspired by the structure of the Mendeljev Periodic Table, which arranges all the elements based on chemical and physical characteristics, Andrea Cammarosano has paid an inimitable tribute to metamorphosis and the potential to create.
After graduating, Andrea Cammarosano worked as assistant designer for Walter Van Beirendonck, before launching an eponymous menswear collection under his name.
He also participated in exhibitions and artistic residencies at the Museumsquartier in Vienna and at the Rijksacademy in Amsterdam, and is a design lecturer at Polimoda Institute in Florence.
Every year, MoMu awards a prize to one of the graduating Master students of the Fashion Department of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp: originality, a strong visual language and craftsmanship are key ingredients for a collection to win a prize.
The MoMu Award gives a single student the opportunity to present his or her collection in an exhibition at the MoMu Gallery.
Special thanks to Andrea Cammarosano, Ronald Stoops and Etienne Tordoir.