For Freud, home was always a live/work space. In this new series we’ll be looking at where Sigmund Freud and his family lived and worked.
Due to the current guidelines around social distancing, many of us have recently had to become more acquainted with our own homes. Our collective wish to spend more time at home may not be as trouble-free as was once thought.
Carol Seigel, Director of the Freud Museum, sends a message to all our friends while Freud’s house is closed.
Sigmund and Anna Freud's archives are large, but there are many other lesser-known figures too. Here we explore Lucie Freud and her contribution to the Freud Museum London archives.
A selection of titles from the Freud Museum Shop
Sigmund and Anna Freud's archives are large, but there are many other lesser-known figures in the archives of the Freud Museum.
Susan Finlay, our Writer in Residence, with the third of her textual vignettes prompted by objects in Freud's collection.
Carol Seigel, Freud Museum Director, met Ida Applebroog in her New York Studio ahead of her exhibition at the Museum.
Zoe Forster explains the process of participating in the exhibition ‘Secrets of the Soul’, commissioned by University College London's Psychoanalysis Unit.
Professor Dawn Ades looks at the different artistic identities Dalí assumes in three sketches of Freud.