Dr Michael Henss is a Swiss art historian, scholar and writer focusing on Asian art. He is one of the world authorities on Tibetan and East Asian art and art history. He contributed articles for Asian art journals, seminars and books. Currently Henss lives in Zürich, Switzerland, where he also runs a bookstore specializing in Asia and Near East.
In 2004-2005 he has been co-curator of the exhibition “The Dalai Lamas” at University of Zürich Ethnography Museum.
He earned his PhD from Warnborough College in 2012.