26.01.2012 [ArtLyst] - In the final home of Sigmund Freud and his daughter Anna Freud, this exhibition will explore the artist's complex and ambivalent engagement with the theory and practice of psychoanalysis. Louise Bourgeois was born in Paris in 1911 and lived in the
26.01.2012 [The Guardian] - His best-known film roles included Sherlock Holmes in The Seven-Per-Cent Solution (1976, in which Watson, played by Robert Duvall, persuades Holmes to visit Sigmund Freud, played by Alan Arkin); and Merlin in John Boorman's Excalibur (1981
25.01.2012 [The Guardian] - ... the impact on his marriage, how Spielrein shuttled between Jung and Sigmund Freud – the two narcissistic oligarchs of the early psychoanalytic world (a compelling emblem of the belittlement of women's role in intellectual endeavour, then and now).
24.01.2012 [The Market Oracle] - Edward Bernays is considered the "father of public relations", and he was the nephew of Sigmund Freud. He pioneered media manipulation techniques. He understood the weaknesses of the human mind and developed methods and processes for taking advantage
20.01.2012 [Den Of Geek] - Nevertheless, concluding there wouldn't be in keeping with the studies of Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung who'd both urge a psychoanalytical approach, delving deeper beneath the surface to extract repressed truths. All wrapped up in anticipation for A
19.01.2012 [The Independent] - The sculpture, which has taken up an enormous chunk of her studio at home in north-west London, will be leaving home next week to be unveiled at London's Freud Museum on Wednesday – the former home of her great-grandfather Sigmund Freud.
17.01.2012 [GlobalComment.com] - Mortensen plays Sigmund Freud alongside Michael Fassbender's Carl Jung charting the birth of psychoanalysis, their friendship, and eventual battle over ideas and Jung's patient Sabina played by Keira Knightly. Knightly easily holds her own against two
12.01.2012 [Telegraph.co.uk] - ... Artist” is finally given free rein (and runs straight into a tree), the huge disparity in quality between this book's two competing narrative thrusts is a psychological mystery Sigmund Freud himself might have struggled to get to the bottom of.
12.01.2012 [Bath Chronicle] - These will be Sheridan's glorious 18th century comedy, The School for Scandal, directed by Jamie Lloyd, Hysteria written and directed by Terry Johnson and starring Antony Sher as Sigmund Freud, and The Tempest directed by Adrian Noble, a production
07.01.2012 [The Independent] - Knightley plays Sabina Spielrein, a forgotten pioneer in the history of psychoanalysis but one who knew both Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud. At the very start of the film, we see Sabina being carried (kicking and screaming) into the asylum where she
05.01.2012 [Huffington Post UK] - Famous artist, cultural figures and characters to be given Shuplyak optical illusion treatment include John Lennon, Pablo Picasso, Sigmund Freud, Charles Darwin, Paul Gauguin, Zeus and Uncle Sam. Each optical illusion reveals two separate images
05.01.2012 [The Guardian] - This set unleashes plenty of the drum-like rhythmic drive they displayed then, but couples it with delicate and spooky melodies on a trip through turbulent dreamland, taken in honour of Sigmund Freud. It includes powerful original themes
03.01.2012 [Evening Standard] - The Freud Museum in Hampstead is in the house where Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis, lived after his family fled the Nazis in 1938. The giant head, called EarthStone Triptych, which measures three feet by three feet by one foot