"REMEMBRANCE" 1989
AT DOCUMENTA 14, KASSEL, FRIDERICIANUM, JUNE 10 ó SEPT. 17

This work from the collection of the National MCA, Athens, is probably Antonakosís best known Room. With its four Neon Panels, it exemplifies the artistís concept that the space of the art contains also the viewer.

"WHITE CUBE WITH BLUE AND RED NEON" 1982
AT DOCUMENTA 14, ATHENS, NATIONAL MCA, APRIL 8 ó JULY 16

One of the earliest Antonakos works with neon behind its edges, and one of his rare free-standing sculptures, it seems to both activate the space beyond it and hold attention at its core.

Photo: Sotiris Therianos

"12 INCHES OF SHELF SPACE"

New selection of paper archives (1960-2016) sent to libraries at various US and European museums

Photo: George Kokkinos, NY

"WHITE CUBE WITH BLUE AND RED NEON" 1982

Featured in urgent conversations: athens — antwerp, newly re-opened National MCA Athens and Flemish MCA Antwerp, Oct. 2016 — Jan. 2017

Photo: Dimitris Tamviskos, Athens

"NEON FOR THE LA JOLLA MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART" 1984
NEWLY RESTORED

The incomplete square occurs throughout Antonakos's work. Here the dialogue between the light and architecture is played out against the vast sky at this edge of the Pacific.

Photo: Michael Arthur, La Jolla, CA

"NEONS FOR THE GREEKTOWN STATION" 1988
NEWLY RESTORED

At this active Detroit metro stop, viewers take in the work's complex complete-and-incomplete geometry from various angles and distances.

Photo: Detroit Transportation Corporation

NEW INSTALLATION, LAFAYETTE COLLEGE, EASTON, PA

"For J.T." is now permanently installed in the Theatre Lobby of the Williams Visual Arts Building. Originally a highlight of the 2004 exhibition Three Spaces/Four Directions, it is dedicated to Jim Toia.

"For JT" 2004
10' x 8' x 8'3"

Photo: Jim Toia, Easton, PA