4510/Six x Henrik Vibskov
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pop-up / Miami Art Basel 


december 018

written MALCOLM THOMAS

Last Tuesday, Danish artist and designer, Henrik Vibskov, unveiled a pop-up to kick off Miami Art Basel. In collaboration with independent retailer, Forty Five Ten’s 4510/Six platform for emerging talent. Vibskov designed a custom installation to celebrate the melding of creatives at Art Basel. 

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Three modules with black-painted walls and décor contain Vibskov’s SS19 and AW18 collections, the latter inspired by Jan Fabre’s sculpture The Man Who Measures the Clouds. Inspired by the designer’s travels to Kanazawa, Japan. Oversized knits and statement outerwear are interspersed with geometric lines. The poetic gesture of measuring the immeasurable. Dozens of suspended brooms fill the window.

“We are excited to activate our space in collaboration with Henrik’s team during Basel. Henrik, as an artist himself, is a true collaborator and we love his artful, experimental creations. The pop-up will be fun, dynamic, and a great fit for the art crowd,” said Kristen Cole, President and Chief Creative Officer of Forty Five Ten, prior to the launch.

The Henrik Vibskov Miami Visit boutique installation is open through January 4th in 4510/Six’s Little River location.