An exhibition marking the centenary of The International Journal of Psychoanalysis
This new exhibition explores Freud’s enduring fascination with Egypt evident both in his writings and in his collection of antiquities.
Emma Smith's exhibition draws on original historical research into the post-war fascination with the infant mind.
An exhibition exploring the connection between Sigmund Freud and Salvador Dalí, starting from their one meeting, to which Dalí brought his recently completed painting The Metamorphosis of Narcissus.
An exhibition marking the 80th anniversary of the Freud family's flight from Nazi-occupied Vienna.
Two thought-provoking contemporary artists, Fay Ballard and Judy Goldhill, explore the central theme of parental loss throughout their practice.
Solitary Pleasures interrogated and investigated masturbation, and the eroticism, desire, and gratification associated with it.
Rubin’s specially created project for Freud’s final residence related to the era of the late 1930s, when Freud left Vienna for London. Working on the project was Rubin's way to engage with the past on a personal level.
An exciting collaboration with the Sigmund Freud Museum in Vienna, the exhibition explored the lives and work of a number of women from the early history of psychoanalysis.
Ziegler’s work has been characterized by an investigation into the ways that images and objects accumulate and shed narratives, and Freud’s collection of antiquities could be seen to epitomise this.
Exploring play and its many meanings in psychoanalysis, this exhibition looked at play in the work of Sigmund and Anna Freud, Melanie Klein and Donald W. Winnicott.
An exploration of Anna Freud and Dorothy Burlingham's pioneering education reform in 1920s Vienna.