Mother Mould

Jane McAdam Freud – Mother Mould, Gazelli Art House, 39 Dover Street London W1, until 15th August 2015

©Jane McAdam Freud, Mother Mould Installation View, 2015. Courtesy Gazelli Art House.  Photography Benjamin Westoby

©Jane McAdam Freud, Mother Mould Installation View, 2015. Courtesy Gazelli Art House. Photography Benjamin Westoby

It may well come as no surprise to those visiting this exhibition that the artist’s great-grandfather was Sigmund Freud and her father was the celebrated artist Lucian Freud. In her works she explores some of her great-grandfather’s theories such as sexuality and unconscious influence.

 In this latest exhibition the artist considers the theme of the family through twelve large-scale mesh sculptures that enclose found objects which represent the idea that the mother is the source.

©Jane McAdam Freud, Mother Mould Installation View, 2015. Courtesy Gazelli Art House.  Photography Benjamin Westoby

©Jane McAdam Freud, Mother Mould Installation View, 2015. Courtesy Gazelli Art House. Photography Benjamin Westoby

They are engrossing, thought-provoking and elegantly different works.

 

 

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One comment on “Mother Mould

  1. texier says:

    I USUALLY DON T LIKE TRIBAL ART BUT I REALY LIKE THE ONE YOU CHOOSE
    THANK YOU
    SYLVIE TEXIER

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