HENI Talks is dedicated to sharing insights about art history on film from leading artists, curators and academics.
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.
Our mission is to inspire people with the power of art and give them access to a broad range of expert speakers. We also work closely with a wide range of museums and galleries to film on location and bring out the stories in their collections. We will expand our range of partners and speakers over time, linking together people and ideas to create a unique digital resource.
Images, from top left: 1) Omar Victor Diop, Thiaroye 1944. From Liberty (2016). Courtesy © Omar Victor Diop / MAGNIN-A, Paris. 2) Omar Victor Diop, Frederick Douglass 1818–1895. From Project Diaspora (2014) © Omar Victor Diop / MAGNIN-A, Paris. 3) Omar Victor Diop, Nanny and Quao, Jamaica, 1720 [detail]. From Liberty (2016). Courtesy © Omar Victor Diop / MAGNIN-A, Paris.