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Dissecting Sigmund Freud | NYCHOS

The master of anatomical dissection meets the master of psychoanalysis to crack open the subconscious mind with art. Austrian street artist, Nychos has delivered another masterpiece on the wall, and in sculpture, of the father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud. Nychos has always been curious about the internal makings of creatures and animals, and now he is moving into the portrait phase of his art... and it's only appropriate that his first portrait is of a man who shares his ethnic roots in Austria and love for internal excavation. (1) Austrian street artist, Nychos completed a mural and sculpture of the father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud. Nychos has always been curious about the internal makings of creatures and animals, and now he is moving into the portrait phase of his art.

The mural, The Dissection of Sigmund Freud, is part of the Vienna Therapy project and can be found in the Danube Canal in Vienna.

The master of anatomical dissection meets the master of psychoanalysis to crack open the subconscious mind with art. Austrian street artist, Nychos has delivered another masterpiece on the wall, and in sculpture, of the father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud. Nychos has always been curious about the internal makings of creatures and animals, and now he is moving into the portrait phase of his art... and it's only appropriate that his first portrait is of a man who shares his ethnic roots in Austria and love for internal excavation. (3)
June 16-18th 2016 featured Nychos’ 10 foot sculpture of Sigmund Freud in Flatiron Plaza, New York City.

 

The master of anatomical dissection meets the master of psychoanalysis to crack open the subconscious mind with art. Austrian street artist, Nychos has delivered another masterpiece on the wall, and in sculpture, of the father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud. Nychos has always been curious about the internal makings of creatures and animals, and now he is moving into the portrait phase of his art... and it's only appropriate that his first portrait is of a man who shares his ethnic roots in Austria and love for internal excavation. (2)