An exhibition exploring people and objects, featuring photographs of artists in their studios by Eamonn McCabe.
This multi-media installation by artist Kathleen Fox is part of the established series of contemporary art exhibitons at the Freud Museum London.
Past, present and future are strung together, as it were, on the thread of the wish that runs through them.
In this small photographic exhibition, Judy Goldhill's photographs represent place and home and make visible the cultural memories attached to them.
Portraits: Patients and Psychiatrists is a series of portraits of psychiatric patients and their doctors.
A sculpture exhibition by Jane McAdam Freud in the garden of the Freud Museum.
This exhibition tells the story of the last year of Sigmund Freud's life, his escape with his family from Nazi rule in Vienna, settling into a new home in London, his continuing illness and final days shortly after the outbreak of the Second World War.
The Freud Museum London proudly hosted Divan: Free-Floating Attention Piece, a site specific project by Mexican artist Santiago Borja.
Berlin-based artist Andreas Hofer created a new series of works for Sigmund Freud’s house, including paintings, collages, sculptures and site-specific installations.
Promised Lands: Freud's Exiles is a historical exhibition exploring the cultural background and historical forces that determined the fate of Sigmund Freud and his family, and how he became a refugee at the end of his life.