This is Tomorrow: Twentieth-century Britain and its Artists
The twentieth century was a time of seismic change in Britain. No one reflected and responded to those changes more vividly than artists. In this talk, based on his new book “This is Tomorrow”, available in the HENI Art Club Digital Library, Michael Bird illuminates a series of transformative moments through the lens of artists’ lives.
The Artist’s Studio: A talk by James Hall
Discover the fascinating history of the artist’s studio in our event with art critic and historian, James Hall. From Ancient Greece to the present day, James uncovers the myth and reality of these private creative spaces.
Love Lucian: The Letters of Lucian Freud 1939 – 1954
Martin Gayford, renowned art critic and co-author of the new smash-hit book ‘Love Lucian: The Letters of Lucian Freud 1939-1954’, gives an exclusive talk for HENI Art Club members focused on the legendary artist.
American Art in the 1960s
Enter the world of 1960s American art, a time when pop culture and modern media took over the artworld. Dr Stephen Moonie will take the iconic 1972 film ‘American Art in the 1960s’ as a starting point to journey through this time of cultural revolution.
Zaha Hadid: Architecture, Design and Related Arts
On 2nd August 2022 the Zaha Hadid Foundation welcomed HENI Art Club to their iconic space on Bowling Green Lane, Zaha Hadid’s former architectural office, for an exclusive talk about the legendary architect, designer and artist.
The Artist as a Transgressive Witness to History
We live in an age where the arts and humanities are continuously having to fight for their very existence. And yet, given the challenges the world faces, the importance of art has never been more pressing.
Chila Kumari Singh Burman
Iconic contemporary artist, Chila Kumari Singh Burman, joined us for a digital HENI Art Club event.
Collecting Masterclass: Prints and Multiples
Watch our first collecting masterclass to gain expert industry insights into the world of prints and multiples with James Baskerville, Head of Sale for 21st Century and Banksy Editions at Christie’s.
Paul Greenhalgh: Ceramic Art and Civilisation
Internationally renowned historian of art, design and the decorative arts, and previous Head of Research at the V&A Museum, London, Paul Greenhalgh, gives an interactive talk on the history of ceramics, from Ancient Greece to the present day.
"Full of Nervous Life": Rediscovering Keith Cunningham
Discover the striking works and story of fascinating Australian artist Keith Cunningham (1929 – 2014).
Bacon in Moscow
James Fox: The World According to Colour
Enjoy a talk from Dr James Fox, an award-winning, BAFTA-nominated, broadcaster, Cambridge art historian, writer, public speaker and curator, to learn more about the history and cultural significance of colour.
Gerhard Richter at The Hayward Gallery
Enjoy a conversation between Cliff Lauson, Senior Curator at the Hayward Gallery, and Eva Ruschkowski, HENI Senior Art Researcher, centred around the Hayward Gallery’s current exhibition ‘Gerhard Richter: Drawings, 1999-2021’. Located in the HENI Project Space, the exhibition marks the first presentation of work by Gerhard Richter in a major London gallery in a decade, bringing together more than 60 works on paper. The talk will focus on the life and work of legendary contemporary artist Gerhard Richter and his drawing practice.
Robert Storr Interviewed by Francesca Pietropaolo
The HENI Art Club are thrilled bring you an exclusive digital event with acclaimed curator, scholar, and art critic, Robert Storr. Art historian and curator Francesca Pietropaolo will interview Storr, whose remarkable career in the arts has included high profile positions as senior curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture at MoMA, Artistic Director of the Venice Biennale in 2007 and Stavros Niarchos Foundation Dean of the Yale University School of Art.
MadC in conversation with Luisa Heese | HENI Art Club
The HENI Art Club are thrilled to bring you to a talk, exhibition preview and book launch with internationally renowned graffiti artist and muralist, MadC. Luisa Heese, the author of HENI’s recent publication MadC: Street to Canvas, will interview MadC and provide her own insights into the artist’s work and life.