Exhibition - Duke Museum North Carolina - USA

Opening day


Preparing the Exhibition, with the philosopher William H. Poteat, Professor Emeritus of Religion and Comparative Studies at Duke University, and Steven Gardner, Assistant of the President of the Museum.


Moustakas taking one last look at "Icarus"


Drafts for "Icarus"


"Sarcophagus" (1967) Wrought iron 1.25 x 0.70 x 0.40 - the "Sarcophagus" represented Greece at the Biennale in Brazil and was sent to the U.S.A. to be displayed at the Duke University.



Two drawings of the exhibition. Drafts for 'Sarcophagus'.



"Orpheus and Eurydice", Copper-first synthesis of this idea, worked with lost-wax casting- 0.66 x 0.60 x 0.36 



1."Furies", Copper-worked with lost-wax casting 0.43 x 0.28 x 0.30

2. "Dance of the Victories", Copper-worked with lost-wax casting 0.50 x 0.45 x 0.35



1."Victory-Ode to Robert Kennedy”, Copper-worked with lost-wax casting 0.67 x 0.50 x 025

2. "Hecuba", Copper-worked with lost-wax casting 0.87 x 0.36 x 0.31

3. "Pythia", Copper-worked with lost-wax casting 1.10 x 0.44 x 0.36


"Victory", Copper-worked with lost-wax casting 0.52 x 0.49 x 0.22 - Now located in the National Gallery of Athens


”From Destruction to Rebirth" (1968), Copper 0.63 x 0.33 x 0.20  - Now located in the Museum E. Averof in Metsovo - Greece


"Gemini Escape", Copper 0.61 x 0.74 x 0.35, Side A


Highlights from the set up of the exhibition at the Museum, with William H. Poteat, Professor Emeriuts of Religion and Comparative Studies at Duke University. Students of the Duke University commented on the work..


Drawings of the exhibition 0.50 x 0.70