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Object of the Month: May

Sigmund Freud’s cabin trunk

The Sigmund Freud museum contains an extensive archive. Every month, we present one of its most interesting pieces:

B-3226-G, brown cabin trunk with two tray compartments, two labels on the left

Sigmund Freud's 160th birthday

To honor Sigmund Freud's 160th birthday on May 6, 2016, the Sigmund Freud Museum established a cooperation with google art institute and set up an online exhibition on Sigmund Freud's life with pictures and objects from the museum. Google honors this anniversary with a Google Doodle.

On the occasion of the birthday, the Sigmund Freud Museum presents HANS HOLLEIN: FOCUS ON FREUD – a staging of DREAM AND REALITY AT BERGGASSE 19.
Right at the spot where Freud's Couch was placed until 1938, the museum presents the miniature replica „Sigmund Freud – Couch und Sessel“,1985, by the internationally renowned Viennese architect and artist Hans Hollein (1934-2014).

Object of the Month: April

Little jewellery box

The Sigmund Freud museum contains an extensive archive. Every month, we present one of its most interesting pieces:

B-3358-G, jewellery box from Hamburg jeweller’s A. Böttger, Colonnaden 50, with personal dedication from Freud to Martha.

  • Special Exhibition
  • Special Exhibition

So this is the strong Sex. Women in Psychoanalysis

Special Exhibition, starting October 16, 2015

The Sigmund Freud Museum is dedicating the special exhibition “So this is the strong Sex.” Women in Psychoanalysis to women from the early history of psychoanalysis. Marie Marie Bonaparte, Helene Deutsch, Emma Eckstein, Anna Freud, Lou Andreas-Salomé and Sabina Spielrein had a major influence on the work of Sigmund Freud and on the development of psychoanalysis.

“So this is the strong sex” – Emma Eckstein is said to have once greeted Sigmund Freud with this ironic allusion. Succinctly, this quotation conveys the possible new interpretations of predominant gender roles. As patients, these women provided Sigmund Freud with the basis for his discovery of the unconscious; the “father of psychoanalysis” himself confirms how he developed his treatment method known as the “talking cure” together with them.

 

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Address:

Berggasse 19
1090 Vienna
Austria

Subway:

U2 Schottentor, U4 Roßauer Lände

Tram:

D Schlickgasse, 37, 38, 40, 41, 42 Schwarzspanierstraße

Bus:

40 A Berggasse