Jane Mc Adam FREUD

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Jane McAdam Freud, figlia di Lucian Freud e Katherine McAdam e nipote di Sigmund Freud, nasce a Londra il 24 febbraio del 1958. McAdam Freud è un’artista di fama internazionale, ha vinto la Trebbia Award 2014 per i suoi lavori in scultura, l’installazione, i digital media e disegni.

I suoi lavori sono presenti in molte collezioni d’arte inglesi come ad esempio il British Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, National Gallery a London, the Ashmolean Museum and Fitzwilliam Museum. McAdam Freud è presente inoltre in collezioni pubbliche internazionali come il Zendai Museum of Modern Art (China), il Brooklyn Museum (NY, USA), il Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh (USA), la Greek National Gallery, il Berlin State Museums e la Pushkin Museum of Fine Art, Moscow.

McAdam Freud inizia la sua carriera con una personale all’età di 18 anni curata del suo maestro d’arte Robin Gale.

Si forma al Wimbledon College of Art, Central School of Art e alla Royal College of Art sotto Jogn Stezaker e Eduardo Paolozzi. Nel 1986 vince il British Art Medal Scholarship a Rome dove studia scultura. 1987-89 studiava sotto Gino Marotta a la Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma. McAdam Freud è una docente associata al Central St Martins School of Art e tiene corsi alla Royal Academy of Fine Art, Antwerp and in the Sculpture School at Morley College.

McAdam Freud è socia della Royal British Society of Sculptors. Nel 1991 ha ricevuto l’Italian State Mint prize and granted Freedom of the City of London. Ha pubblicato due cataloghi; On the Edge 1996, Relative Relations 2006 e numerosi scritti sull’arte e la psicoanalisi.

McAdam Freud realizza un cortometraggio dal titolo ‘Dead or Alive’ fa riferimento il concetto freudiano di condensazione.

 

Esposizioni personali

2014

  • Dance of Disapproval, Ivy House, Hampstead, London
  • Parallels, The Priory, Roehampton, London
  • On Identity, Gallery Martini Ronchetti, Genoa, Italy
  • In the Mould of the Fathers C2 Contemporanea,Florence, Italy
  • In My Own Image – Ill Fit, British Psychotherapy Foundation, London
  • Painted Earth, Harrow Arts Centre, London

2013

  • ‘Taking Care’ Palazzo Tagliaferro, Andora, Italy
  • ‘Family Matters’ Gazelli Art House, Baku, Azerbaijan
  • Dreaming & Doing, Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow, Russia

2012

  • ‘3 Generations’ Whitelabs Gallery, Milan, Italy
  • ‘Flesh and Stone’ New School House Gallery, York, UK
  • ‘Family Matters’ Gazelli Art House, London, UK
  • ‘Lucian Freud My Father’ Freud Museum, London, UK

2011

  • ‘HiStory’ Austria General Consulate Gallery, Cracow, Poland
  • ‘Hinged’ Freud Museum of Dreams, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • ‘Random Plus’ Sundaram Tagore Gallery, NY, USA
  • HiStory, Jagalonian University, Krakow

2010

  • ‘War Works’ Centre for Jewish Culture, Kraków, Poland
  • ‘Random’ Sundaram Tagore Gallery, LA, USA
  • ‘Freud on Freud’ New Center of Psychoanalysis in LA, USA
  • ‘StoneSpeak’ Freud Museum, London

09/10 

  • ‘Conceptual Sculpture’ London Centre for Psychotherapy

2009

  • ‘Repetitions’ Kosciuszko Foundation NYC, USA
  • ‘Other Side’ Harrow and Wembley Progressive Synagogue
  • ‘Repetitions’ New York Psychoanalytic Society, NYC, USA

2007

  • ‘Relative Reflections’ Muzeum Novoji!ínska, Pribor, Czech Republic
  • ‘Relative Relations’ Harrow Museum, London[3][4] 2006: ‘Subject as Object’ Beverley Knowles Fine Art, London

2006

  • ‘Relative Relations’ Freud Museum
  • ‘We Do’ Adele Boag Gallery, Adelaide, Australia

2004

  • ‘Give and Take’ Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

2001

  • ‘Resonating’ The Gallery, University College Cork 2000: Det Norske Veritas, London Bridge

1999

  • Forum for Contemporary Art, St. Louis, Missouri, USA

1998

  • Marishal Museum, Aberdeen, Scotland
  • Simmons Gallery, Bloomsbury, London

1997

  • Hunterian Museum, Glasgow, Scotland
  • Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge 1996: Yorkshire Museum, York