25 Apr
Cataloging avant-garde ideas in fashion & stage design

Henrick Vibskov cannot be boiled down to simply “fashion designer” when his work spans from trendsetting fashion label (featured regularly at Paris Men’s Fashion Week) to creating elaborate stage design to drumming in various music projects (most notably, Trentemøller). Given the wide-range of experience and expertise in several facets of the art world, a book of Vibskov’s work could not be simplified to one subject either. Edited by Alastair Philip Wiper and Henrick Vibskov himself, the self-titled book is the first comprehensive collection of the vast types and amount of projects Vibskov has produced and been involved in. Vibskov is most recognizable for his vibrant and outrageous fashion and set designs. One of which, “The Eat”, featured blown-up cocoons hung from slaughterhouse-like transportation rungs, were equipped with “survival kits” inside. The text and descriptions are written by Vibskov, offering first-hand insight to the ideas, meanings and concepts of the art he has produced, much of which has been featured in art museums and galleries around the world such as: MoMA in New York, Sothebys Gallery in New York, ICA in London and many, many more. This 240-page hardcover book catalogs the artist’s best work from all his endeavors and can be yours for $50. To honor the Vibskov book release and his 10 year anniversary, Gestalten will be hosting a party at Sophie-Gips Höfe in Berlin with a special performance by Henrick Vibskov. Click here for more information and to RSVP.


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