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The Kreeger Museum is pleased to announce the opening of Inventions
by John L. Dreyfuss on May 1, 2013. This inaugural exhibit around the Museum's new reflecting pool includes several large-scale works from the sculptor's Inventions
series and marks a new exhibition space for the Museum. Rendered for the first time at monumental scale in composite materials, these extraordinary works simultaneously draw on ancient and primal references, while being distinctly contemporary in their conception. In honor of The Kreeger Museum's 20th anniversary in 2014, three additional pieces will be fabricated and installed in Spring 2014 to complete this exhibition. This exhibit, a long-term loan, is generously supported by ATK. Additional funding provided by Annette and Walter Vandaele. The Kreeger Museum also gives special thanks to HEMPHILL.
John Dreyfuss, artist, and Judy A. Greenberg, Director, with two of John's works installed by the new reflecting pool at the Museum. Image courtesy of Erich Keel.