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A 1896 film of a woman plucking babies from a cabbage patch marks a whimsical start to a Milan exhibition that examines artistic representations of motherhood. However, the mood turns more sinister as the show moves into the 20th century. A photograph of Sigmund Freud with his mother Amalia points to the role the father of psychoanalysis plays, with several of the artists presented offering critical interpretations of his theories about the human psyche."The Great Mother" runs through Nov. 15 and is one of thousands of events coinciding with the 2015 Expo World Fair.
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