Library of Congress Sigmund Freud: Conflict and Culture

Aptly described by Time magazine as “the largest-ever exhibition on the founder of modern psychology,” this controversial exhibit demonstrates the pervasiveness of Freud’s theories in the 20th century. The exhibit includes Freud’s famous couch, rare home movies, a radio address in halting English, and video clips of Freudian references in popular culture by Sean Connery, Woody Allen, Homer Simpson and others. Designed at Chermayeff & Geismar Inc. by Jonathan Alger in collaboration with Tom Geismar.