I make artist's books, prints, films, photographic, and sculptural works. Some of these are held in public collections including the Centre Pompidou, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, the Arts Council England collection, MoMA Artists' Books Collection, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, and private collections including the Richard and Ellen Sandor Family Collection, the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), Fidelity Corporate Art Collection, and the Marguerite Hoffman collection. Works have featured in group shows at MoMA, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Centre Pompidou, Paris and Centre Pompidou Metz, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, Hasselblad Foundation, Gothenburg, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, and Turner Contemporary, Margate. I was awarded the Infinity Award for Art by the International Centre of Photography in 2013 and the world's smallest photography prize, the Kleine Hans award in 2012.
- Counter-IntelligenceÖrebro Konsthall 25 February – 2 April 2017 Mishka Henner, born in 1976, explores, uncovers and reveals the human relationship to the earth and to each other with the internet, street scenes and Google map function as its tools. His photographs bear traces of the monitoring carried out by governments around the world. Curated by Magnus Westerborn
- Your Only Chance to Survive is to Leave With UsBianconi Gallery, Milan 19 September - 31 October 2019 Mishka Henner’s latest exhibition presents a series of real and imagined apocalypses. The works examine polarized reactions to extreme events interpreted both as man-made catastrophes and as the consequences of God’s anger.
- Precious Commodities, Solo show at Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool 2013.Born in Brussels in 1976, Manchester-based Mishka Henner’s work explores and subverts the value of photography in today’s media-saturated world. His images derive from a multitude of sources – the Internet, satellite imagery and television, as well as the precious canon of photography, calling to question the idea of authorship and challenging traditional associations of photography through a singular viewpoint. Henner’s exhibition in the main galleries at Open Eye Gallery presents new work exh
Manchester, United KingdomFull Time
Full-time visual artist working on book, exhibition, and new media projects.
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