Hidden Thoughts of a Visual Nature

As ever, the historical stairwell, which is an integral part of the new museum concept, connects the living spaces on the mezzanine level with the “doctor’s apartment” (1896-1908) on the upper ground floor where a permanent exhibition entitled Hidden Thoughts of a Visual Nature will be on display: A presentation of selected works from the Sigmund Freud Museum’s collection of conceptual art. Established in 1989 with an installation by American artist Joseph Kosuth, the collection now includes works by Franz West, Heimo Zobernig, Susan Hiller, John Baldessari, Sherrie Levine, Haim Steinbach, Ilya Kabakov, and Pier Paolo Calzolari.

SURREAL! Imagining New Realities

Until April 10, 2023, the new special exhibition of the Sigmund Freud Museum with works from the Klewan Collection explores the tense relationship between psychoanalysis and surrealism. More ...


Sigmund Freud Lecture

L: Adam Phillips

On Not Believing In Anything: Or, Why Freud?

Sigmund Freud Museum and via Zoom