Sander Joins HENI


Launch of HENI Talks

HENI Talks is a new digital platform dedicated to sharing insights about art history from leading artists, curators and academics on film. This growing catalogue of short films aims to open art up to the wider public, and create a platform through which everyone can learn about art history, and can discuss, comment, enjoy and engage with it.


Eugénie Paultre, Outline

The first UK exhibition of French artist Eugénie Paultre, Outline presents a selection of 49 paintings and drawings created through 2016 and 17.


Lake Keitele NG1

HENI Editions, in collaboration with the National Gallery, are proud to present these exclusive, limited edition prints of Lake Keitele by Gallen-Kallela. These giclée prints are a high-resolution photograph of the original painting, diasec-mounted on aluminium.   A leading figure in modern Finnish painting, Gallen-Kallela worked at Lake Keitele, north of Helsinki, in summer 1904. This landscape, completed in 1905, is one of his most elaborate depictions, which he exhibited in Helsinki in the same year.   Edition size 500, each numbered. 53 × 66 cm, Diasec-mounted giclée print back-mounted onto aluminium. Published in 2017. HENI Productions Catalogue Number: NG1 National Gallery Inventory Number: NG6574   Available to purchase through National Gallery on this link:


Simone Fattal Watercolours

HENI is proud to present an exhibition of works by Simone Fattal to coincide with the publication of Simone Fattal: Watercolours by HENI Publishing.


What is Gilbert & George?

Marking the 50th anniversary of their partnership, What is Gilbert & George? by Michael Bracewell is an accessible exploration of the artists and their art.


King’s X

King’s Cross focuses on the fast-changing landscape of the King’s Cross area. Bailey’s relatively recent photographs are a testament to the ever- changing city and the stories held within.


Us and Chem.

Blondey McCoy presents: ‘Us and Chem.’



HENI re-issues Bailey’s important snapshot of forgotten London.


Night Orchids

Pace London is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by Brian Clarke. The exhibition, featuring paintings, drawings and glass works, is on view from 1 to 19 November 2016 at 6 Burlington Gardens.