This print celebrates the 10th anniversary of The Freud Museum
“Dora” was Ida Bauer (1882-1945), a patient of Sigmund Freud. Freud used the pseudonym Dora when writing about their sessions. The theory of innate bisexuality, often discussed in association with Freud’s sessions with Dora, inspired this screen-print.
The theories of Freud on the role of the subconscious and on sexuality had a major impact on artists during the 20th century.
The Freud Museum in London commissioned some of the world’s leading artists to make a work in response to Freud. Each artist approached this in a very different way; honing in on an aspect of Freud’s life and work that reveals much about their practice as artists.
Limited edition of 100.