Christos Markogiannakis


The practical aspect of the criminartistic ideal and principles, comes to life through the use of various materials. Porcelain, metal, and photography serve as a visual representation stage for murder, and the creative fantasies that surround it. 


In English:

The Louvre Murder Club: A criminartistic tour in the Louvre (Le Passage Editions, 2017) 

En Français:

Scènes de crime au Louvre: Une promenade criminartistique au Louvre (Editions Le Passage, 2017)

Ελληνικά/ In Greek:

στον 5ο όροφο της Νομικής (Εκδόσεις Φερενίκη 2014)

Έγκλημα στην Παραλία της Βουλιαγμένης (Εκδόσεις Φερενίκη 2015)


​Take a private criminartistic tour of the Louvre, where murder on canvas and marble is omnipresent. From Ancient Greece to 19th century France, from Rubens to David and Delacroix, you'll witnesses all kinds of murders: historical, factual or fictitious; premeditated, in cold blood or in high passion.​

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