Hertha Hurnaus: All that Remains

Photo edition: 3 prints in a special edition limited to 30 pieces of the renowned architectural photographer - signed and dated:

Cloakroom
15,7 in x 10,5 in
signed and dated

Doors
15,7 in x 10,5 in
signed and dated

Treatment Room
10,5 in x 15,7 in
signed and dated

 

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What remains of the world-famous birthplace of psychoanalysis, which Freud had to leave while fleeing - here, at Berggasse 19 in Vienna, where he treated his patients on the couch for decades, developed groundbreaking theories and revolutionized the human self-image?

An atmospheric place full of history, which the renowned architectural photographer Hertha Hurnaus captured during the renovation of the house in 2020. Freud's ordination presented itself to her as it had never been seen before: In an undisguised, intimate atmosphere and in the interplay of light and shadow, the traces of an eventful past clearly come to light. The high-quality photo series, published by the Sigmund Freud Museum in a small edition of 30 copies, opens up an exclusive tour of the heart of Berggasse 19.

In 1938, Edmund Engelman was able to photographically document Freud's practice before the furniture was packed and shipped to London. In 2020, Hertha Hurnaus now had the opportunity to record another turning point in the history of the building. In doing so, her photographs go beyond the moment: subtly they illustrate "all that remains".

 1.200,00

Hertha Hurnaus: All that Remains

Limited photo edition by Hertha Hurnaus

 1.200,00

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Austroduck Sigmund Freud

Bathe with our Freudian rubberduck

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Cleaning Sponge "Neurose"

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 5,90

Eraser

repression

Print on both sides

 2,90