Organised jointly by the Royal Society of Medicine and the Freud Museum London, this exhibition will explore and celebrate the pre-psychoanalytical career of Sigmund Freud.
Please note: the contemporary art element of this exhibition closes on Sunday 8 March, however Freud's writings, artefacts and love letters will be on display until Sunday 26 April 2015.
This new exhibition explores how psychoanalytic ideas are currently used in research which engages with very contemporary issues and the challenges of the modern world.
On the anniversary of the onset of World War One, this exhibition revisits the little known correspondence between Einstein and Freud on the subject of war and the possibility of avoiding it.
Based upon fascinating scientific research that demonstrates how susceptible we are to false memories, A.
Artist Paul Coldwell’s work is centred on our relationship to objects and how meanings can be projected onto them.
DIE TRAUMDEUTUNG 75,32m AMSL, is an exhibition of new site-specific works by Polish artist Miroslaw Balka.
A new small-scale temporary display in the Dining Room at the Freud Museum offers a rare opportunity to see letters and drawings by Lucian Freud as a child.
Mel Calman (1931–1994) was best known for his cartoons on the front pages of The Times and The Sunday Times for many years.
What does a woman want?
Sigmund Freud’s famous question was originally put to Princess Marie Bonaparte, patient, friend and analyst, the moving force behind Freud’s flight from Nazi Vienna to his final home in London, now the Freud Museum London.