Henrik Vibskov – (Please!) Clean Up, Honey

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  • Portrait of Henrik Vibskov.

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In autumn 2021 you can experience wearable art when the Danish fashion designer Henrik Vibskov takes over Lillehammer Art Museum.

Henrik Vibskov (b. 1972) is a well-known Danish multidisciplinary artist, avant-garde fashion designer and musician, who was educated at Central Saint Martins in London. 

Henrik Vibskov has established himself as one of the most exciting names in the fashion world through his conceptual performance-inspired fashion shows, experimental costumes for theatre, ballet and opera, and spectacular installation exhibitions all over the world.

Through a variety of expressive idioms, Vibskov explores the challenges of our times, grappling with the environment, sustainability and the omnipresence of technology.

Custom-made installations

For the exhibition at Lillehammer Art Museum, Vibskov will create an installation that is custom-made for the architecture of the museum, which was designed by the famous Snøhetta. In addition, a cross-section of selected projects within fashion, art and performance will be highlighted. Special focus will be placed on Alexander Ekman’s ballet A Swan Lake, featuring costumes borrowed from the Norwegian Opera that were designed by Vibskov for this highly successful production in 2014. 

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    Recent Reviews:

    • Ron S
      New York City, New York
      Trip Type:
      Couples
      Lillehammer Art Museum
      5 of 5 stars
      Sunday, 4th August 2019
      Beautiful building and a nice collection of Norwegian artists. I was particularly impressed with their handling of Frits Thaulow. After prior disappointment at other museums (National Gallery in Oslo... Read full review
    • RobynQ26
      Hong Kong, China
      Well laid out but was expecting art from other countries too!
      4 of 5 stars
      Tuesday, 24th December 2019
      A nice museum, not hugely busy, thoughtfully curated. Mostly Norwegian art; was expecting something a little more global! Read full review
    • Nicolai L
      Asker, Norway
      Very good
      4 of 5 stars
      Sunday, 18th July 2021
      We came for the Anna Ancher exhibition this summer. We've visited Skagen several times and visited exhibits of the works of the Skagen artist colony. This was a in depth exhibit focusing on... Read full review

    Opening Times

    Lillehammer Art Museum (20 Nov 2021 - 27 Mar 2022)
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    Tuesday - Sunday11:00 - 16:00

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    Tel: 61054460

    Stortorget 2
    2609 Lillehammer

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