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Ruttkowski 68, one of our favourite galleries, is hosting the latest exhibition of  the multidisciplinary designer and artist Henrik Vibskov, which can be visited at the German gallery until July 20.

Henrik Vibskov has participated in the elaboration of costumes for the opera and theatrical works, some with artists the likes of Björk, with his vanguardist idea of fashion ever present. But Vibskov hasn’t just cultivated his love for tailoring; he has also created photo exhibits around the idea of showing what inspires him when it’s time to create. Vibskov has had exhibitions in museums and galleries all over the world, for example in the Louisiana Museum of Copenhaguen, the Museum of Arts and Design of New York, and the V1 Gallery.

On its end, Ruttkowski 68 does not cease to surprise us with risky projects that demonstrate its interest in new talents distanced from more conventional proposals. After Daniel Weissbach, Mark Jenkins or Asger Carlsen, now comes the time of Henrik Vibskov, who will certainly leave none indifferent.