In Conversation with Jane McAdam Freud

Family Matters 

12th January 2013



Join the artist behind the exhibition Family Matters as she talks through the body of work and her practice spanning over twenty years.


Jane McAdam Freud, the daughter of Lucian Freud, is an internationally acclaimed sculptor and multi disciplinary artist with a career extending over twenty years. Graduating from her Bachelors degree from Central St Martins College London in 1981, she went on to be awarded the British Art Medal Award Scholarship in Rome, an accolade she held for three years and completed her Masters degree from the Royal College of Art in 1995. Most often recognised for her sculpture, her work features in the permanent collections of museums and galleries around the world including the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and The Brooklyn Museum, New York. Jane is currently an associate lecturer at Central St Martins and regularly teaches at a number of other institutions in London. Her study of Sigmund Freud’s psychoanalysis has resulted in a number of colorations with psychoanalytic societies and centres in New York and Beverly Hills, an interest, which continues to inform her practice.


A selection of her retrospective exhibition Family Matters held at Gazelli Art House, London in 2012 will be on display for the first time in Baku until 6th March 2013.

Translation will be provided for non-English speakers

Snacks and refreshments will be served

January 12, 2013