An exhibition titled “Family Matters” by Jane McAdam Freud was opened in Gazelle Art Gallery in Azerbaijan`s capital.
The British sculpture also noted that today she will hold a seminar for art lovers.
The exhibition will be culminated on March 6.
Jane McAdam Freud, daughter of Katherine Margaret McAdam and Lucian Freud, was born on 24 February 1958 in London. McAdam Freud is an internationally acclaimed artist working with prints and drawing, sculpture and installation, and digital media. Her works are represented in both national and international public collections including the British Museum, National Gallery in London, the Ashmolean Museum and Fitzwilliam Museum. International collections include the Zendai Museum of Modern Art (China), the Brooklyn Museum (NY, USA), the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh (USA), the Greek National Gallery, and the Berlin State Museums.
McAdam Freud began her career with a solo show at age 18 curated by her art teacher Robin Gale.
Educated at Wimbledon College of Art, Central St Martins School of Art and Design and the Royal College of Art, in 1986 she won the British Art Medal Scholarship in Rome where she studied sculpture. McAdam Freud is an Associate Lecturer at Central St Martins School of Art and teaches short courses in the Sculpture School at Morley College.