In Knossos are the remains of the largest Minoan palace on Crete. The place was already inhabited in the 7th millennium BC. It is an extremely exciting and interesting site, where the archaeologist Evans wanted to give the visitor an impression of the original palace through his own interpretations. His approach was certainly inspired by good intentions, but unfortunately he destroyed the original state of the excavation site. Still worth a visit.
- A visit to the Archaeological Museum in Heraklion
- An afternoon in Knossos
- Haus der Kunst Munich, Phyllida Barlow. Is waste art?
- The Hairbert Gallery. All Hairberts in one post.
- The Hairbert Gallery. A short review of the Corona Frustration in the winter of 2021.
- Inside Hairbert – the birth of an artificial character
- A visit to the Brandhorst Museum – Pre-Corona-Flashbacks.
- Depict reality? No!
- Art is a piece of shit?
- Tante Techno eats Uncle House. The story