The Freud Museum is delighted to present a new exhibition by Bharti Kher, This Breathing House.
The Freud Museum joins in celebrating Black History Month this October with a pop-up interactive photographic exhibition portraying social life in Southern Africa, by Social Anthropologist & Photographer Maria Saur.
A special exhibition by Turner Prize winning artist Mark Wallinger marks the Freud Museum London’s 30th anniversary and the 160th anniversary of the birth of Sigmund Freud.
Invitation to Frequent the Shadows is a new exhibition by Bettina von Zwehl responding to the archive of Anna Freud.
Tall Tales is a national touring programme bringing together the work of 17 international women artists who employ the playful use of storytelling techniques in the making of their work.
Emma Talbot's work recounts her own real life experiences, revealing the workings of her mind in a non-linear format.
In association with Ben Brown Fine Arts, curated by James Putnam.
For Every Piece of Dust on Freud's Couch, commissioned by the Freud Museum, Broomberg and Chanarin hired a police forensic team to scrutinise Sigmund Freud's iconic couch, gathering DNA samples, strands of hair and a multitude of dust particles left by his home's many visitors.
Exciting things are happening at the Freud Museum London this summer.
The Bowlby Centre, in collaboration with the Freud Museum London, are proud to present a unique exhibition on Attachment inspired by the life and work of John Bowlby, the founder of Attachment Theory.