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Contemporary Art at the Atrium

  1. Armour XXI
    (2010) by Alexandra Athanassiades
    Alexandra Athanassiades (Greek, born 1961)
    Armour XXI, 2006
    Patinated cast bronze, 1/8
    29 x 36 x 16 inches

  2. Perpetual Transitions
    (2009) by Kalliopi Lemos
    For the Onassis Cultural Center in New York, Lemos is presenting Perpetual Transitions, yet another evocative installation of boats, suspended as if they were sailing across the gallery's spacious atrium with its fortuitous waterfall.

  3. The Road to Mistra
    (2009) by Stephen Antonakos
    The Road to Mistra (2009) is a new, site-specific work in neon by Stephen Antonakos (American, b. 1926, lives and works in New York). His art has been the subject of more than 100 solo exhibitions, including a 50-year retrospective, and more than 250 group shows.

  4. Horizon
    (2009) by Costas Varotsos
    Horizon (2009) is a new, site-specific work in steel and glass by Costas Varotsos (Greek, b. 1955, lives and works in Greece). Varotsos is renowned for his public art installations worldwide; his art has been the subject of exhibitions at the Benaki Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Athens and the Venice Biennale (Greek Pavilion 1999) among others.
  5. Re-Considering Color: Postmodern Classical II
    April 21 - June 1, 2008
    The exhibition Re-Considering Color: Postmodern Classical II is organized by Dr Harriet F. Senie, Director of the Master's Program in Art History and Museum Studies at The City College of New York, working with students in the program...
  6. Minoan Sites. Aerial Views by Marilyn Bridges
    Works by Photographer Marilyn Bridges Reveal Majesty of Crete's Ancient History
    June 5 - September 13, 2008

    The Onassis Cultural Center presents an exhibition of photographs of Minoan archaeological sites by photographer Marilyn Bridges, renowned for her black-and-white aerial and ground photographs of ancient settings.

  7. Greek / American: An Exhibition of Photographs by
    Constantine Manos

    May 30 - June 30, 2007
    The Onassis Cultural Center continued its contemporary art series in the Olympic Tower Atrium with an exhibition of work by photographer Constantine Manos.

  8. Odyssey by Artemis
    March 21 - May 21, 2005
    Exhibition of Twelve Tapestries: An Abstract Interpretation of Homer's Epic

    Beginning March 21, 2005, the Onassis Cultural Centerl presented "Odyssey" by Artemis, the first U.S. exhibition of works by the contemporary artist and weaver Artemis.

  9. Periplus: Magnum Photographers In Contemporary Greece
    (2004) A photography exhibition organized by Cultural Olympiad-Hellenic Ministry of Culture
    When the Hellenic Cultural Heritage asked Magnum Photos to make a portrait of Greece to mark the 2004 Olympic Games, it addressed a group of authors. The Magnum Photos cooperative, established in 1947, encompasses within it great names and young talents in the field of documentary photography.

  10. Silent Chapel
    December 10, 2003 - January 11, 2004
    Stephen Antonakos Installs His Most Recent Chapel in New York City

    An art installation by Stephen Antonakos, Silent Chapel is the most recent in a series of artistic chapels designed by this internationally renowned Greek-born, American-raised artist.
  11. Re-Cast: A Postmodern Classical
    February 20 - March 25, 2002
    Presenting works by Ron Baron, Muriel Castanis, Audrey Flack, Gabriel Koren, Yayoi Kusama, Allan McCollum, Melissa McGill, Dennis Potami and Judith Shea.

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