A lecture by Dr. Daniel Milman
Tuesday, May 21 at 7 pm
The lecture will begin with a brief introduction to major milestones in the history of psychoanalysis, followed by a presentation of new ways to observe art, based on the most recent psychoanalytical findings. The lecture will focus on three themes: non-verbal encounters, the role of the secret and the understanding of dreams. These will be addressed through descriptions of personal encounters with the works of Alberto Giacometti, Cy Twombly and Louise Lawler.
About the speaker: Dr. Daniel Milman is a clinical psychologist based in Tel Aviv and a member of the Institute of the Parisian Society of Psychoanalysis. After earning his MBA in Finance, Milman studied Psychology, eventually receiving a PhD from the University of Paris. His interest in art and psychoanalysis started at the age of 17, when he bought his first work of art and started reading Sigmund Freud’s writings.
*The lecture will be held in English.
Entrance: 10 NIS Number of seats are limited, tickets required.