He works on 'Wagon' 3rd study, in wrought iron: 53 human forms, crushed together in a payload of death-a memory he carries since the Occupation. Moustakas is a pioneer in producing compositions with a number of figures. He exhibits his 'Victory' in PVC, at the 9th Panhellenic Exhibition, at Diogenis Gallery, and at the Hellenic-American Union.
With Eleanor Parker (1969) - Her portrait
1. Orpheus and Eurydice - Bronze (1968) - 0.66X0.60X0.36
He travels to Switzerland, Germany and Netherlands.
"I study closely the great figures of our age. I try to discern the conditions under which the works were created in terms of style, manners and customs of each country. In the end, sculpture is a vast edifice in place, time and space. It expresses man's needs and visions. The presence of the creator in depth through the medium of the material, as it vibrates the viewer, seeks for dialogue or the creation and the creator at the same time are left in space-time in an 'autonomy'. We serve at the Divine Liturgy of the Universe, with or without communication. Nonetheless, by such a dialogue our life grows more beautiful; the silence of the creator is satisfied".
Moustakas wins the first prize at the Alexandria Biennale in Egypt. It is a series of works produced with lost-wax casting which brings him this success.
He receives the first prize in the 'Captain Michalis Korakas' competition in Crete, and carries out the design.
1. The newly erected Captain Michalis Korakas (3 metres height) in front of Chanioporta in Heraklion – Crete
2. The opening day. On the right: V.Moustakas and Zoe Savina
He travels to Italy and France.
Always dissatisfied and isolated from the circles, at this time he experiments by hammering out little triangles of stainless steel sheeting. He works on an erotic theme 'The Kiss', and 'Icarus'.
«Icarus» Wrought Iron 3.30 Χ 1.23 Χ 0.90 (1967)
He takes part in the 10th Sao Paolo Biennale in Brazil with his 'Icarus' and 'Sarcophagus'.
Produces the statue of Christodoulakis for the Christodoulakis Foundation in Athens.
He participates in a group exhibition at the Diogenis Gallery. Foreign visitors frequently single his work out, ask if they can meet him or visit his studio in Korinthias St in his father's house. His friendship with W.H. Poteat, writer and honorary Ph.D. in the Philosophy of Religions at Duke University, started in this way. He is the one who organises a one-man exhibition for him in the United States.
Moustakas produces busts of well-known figures.