Hertha Hurnaus: All that Remains

A limited photo edition of the Sigmund Freud Museum by Hertha Hurnaus

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In 2020, photographer Hertha Hurnaus visited the Sigmund Freud Museum, which was then closed for its rebuild.  The results of their intensive study of the birthplace of psychoanalysis at Berggasse 19, which lasted for months, are now available in a photo edition:

Tempted by the belief that spaces store their histories and origins, visualizing their atmospheres becomes her main concern. In doing so, the photographer’s attention is on the interplay between light and shadow with the built environment: For light - which in its constant state of change, molds and describes the character of architecture - has always been there, and is all that remains.

The limited edition of 30 edition folders each contains three photographs of Sigmund Freud's practice rooms: pictures of the historic cloakroom, which has remained unchanged since Freud's days, anf of the doors leading in and out of his treatment room. The series concludes with a shot of the wall where once stood the analyst's famous couch .

Order online - Hertha Hurnaus: All that Remains

We would also be happy to show you the photo edition at a personal viewing appointment - registration under office@freud-museum.at.

 

Object Names


Hertha Hurnaus, Cloakroom
Sigmund Freud Museum Vienna 2020
15,7 in x 10,5 in
numbered edition: 30 Pcs. + 3 AP*
signed and dated

Hertha Hurnaus, Doors
Sigmund Freud Museum Vienna 2020
15,7 in x 10,5 in
numbered edition: 30 Pcs. + 3 AP*
signed and dated

Hertha Hurnaus, Treatment Room
Sigmund Freud Museum Vienna 2020
10,5 in x 15,7 in
numbered edition: 30 Pcs. + 3 AP*
signed and dated

 

*Artist proof

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