Henrik Vibskov distinguishes itself across different media. He expresses through art, music, fashion, set and costume design, as well as product and exhibition design.
Vibskov was already breaking away from the ordinary by the time he started his first year as a fashion design student at London art college Central Saint Martins. He created an egg-shaped men's coat that concealed the body in every direction. After graduating with great honor, Vibskov returned to his home country of Denmark and launched his eponymous fashion label that is known for its avant-garde collections and progressive fashion shows that veer toward performance art. In addition to his ready-to-wear collections, Vibskov also designs costumes and sets for music, theatre and opera productions. He did the costumes for Björk’s 2015 tour of Medúlla at the Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie in Brussels and for the re-interpretation of Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake performed by the Norwegian National Ballet that will be showing again in March 2017 at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées.
In everything Vibskov does, it’s art that informs his work and serves as its foundation. His artworks have been shown in museums and galleries worldwide.
Vibskovski;72 III is his third solo exhibition with Ruttkowski;68. It presents the full range of Henrik Vibskov's world, from flat works to three-dimensional installations.