Murder as an Artform
Christos Markogiannakis leads us on a colourful journey through history and mythology, crossing paths with mass murderers, stalkers, cursed families, cannibals and serial killers. Where will we meet such dangers? On the canvases of masterpieces held in the Louvre and the Musee D’Orsay! Markogiannakis studied Law and Criminology in Athens and Paris. From his Paris base he conducts research on the representation of murder in art, conceptualises criminartistic installations, and publishes police novels and books on the aesthetics of murder.