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24 July, 6:00 pm - 27 July, 10:00 pm
To coincide with the IPA’s 51st International Congress taking place in London this July, the Freud Museum will be hosting a range of exclusive after-hours receptions, offering unique, behind-the-scenes experiences of Freud’s “last address on this planet”.
Wednesday, 24th July
Friday, 26th July
Saturday, 27th July
Doors open from 6pm to 10pm
Programme for each of the evenings:
– Special guest: Jane McAdam Freud
Acclaimed artist and Sigmund Freud’s great-granddaughter will be creating intriguing interactive work with the audience operating as Muse. Unmissable!
– Dedicated tours of Freud’s house, including behind-the-scenes areas not normally available to the public;
– Special display “The Feminine” featuring object from Sigmund and Anna’s Collections exploring the theme of the feminine;
– Exhibition “The Enigma of the Hour”, celebrating 100 years of the International Journal of Psychoanalysis, featuring contemporary artworks alongside rare archive material;
– Selection of drinks and nibbles served in Freud’s atmospheric dining room and garden;
– Multi-lingual Museum Team on the site.
We look forward to welcoming you here and we strongly recommend advance online booking.
The Freud Museum is an independent charity. Every ticket supports the maintenance and conservation of the house and collection, our educational and community engagement work, as well as our development plans.
Jane McAdam Freud LIVE at the Freud Museum!
“Following the theme for my upcoming exhibition Woman as Taboo my most recent drawings are part of a series about the idea of history committing a sort of crime against women in the way our achievements and the female attribute (in both genders) has been undervalued. The series involves drawing around the model in the way one might find a body drawn around in a crime scene. However in paradox these drawings attempt an honorary ambiance.”
Jane McAdam Freud, MA (Royal College of Art) is a Fellow of the Royal British Society of Sculptors. She is represented in the major public collections in the UK and abroad, including the British Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum. Her 57 solo exhibitions include retrospectives at the Wooyang Contemporary Art Museum in Gyeongju-si, South Korea and at the Freud Museum London. In 2014, along with Annie Leibovitz, McAdam Freud won the European Trebbia award for achievement in the arts.
McAdam Freud has lectured at the major London art schools, including the prestigious Royal College of Art and the University of the Arts where she is Associate Lecturer (1997 to present). She is currently ‘artist in residence’ at the psychiatric hospital in Genoa, a residency that will culminate in September 2019 with a two-part exhibition titled Woman as Taboo. Part 1 will be held at the Palazzo Ducale and Part 2 at the Institute of Unconscious Materials and Forms, Genoa. McAdam Freud, who has published several papers on her work, focuses in her art on ‘origins’ – both personal and universal – and, in this sense, her work is conceptually informed by psychoanalytic theory.