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Edited by Kai Althoff. With contributions by Rita Kersting, DovBer Naiditch, Yair Oelbaum, Constantin Rothkopf, Robert Storr, and Rein Wolfs. Interview by Laura Hoptman
 
Kai Althoff (German, born 1966) is one of the most consummate—and unpredictable—artists of his generation. A painter and a draftsman, he has experimented since the mid-1990s with combinations of unconventional mediums and exhibition formats to create all-encompassing environments that might include finely detailed drawings, collage, textiles, soft sculpture, paintings, writing, video, fragrance, and song.
 
Published in conjunction with a major exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art, this publication presents Althoff's work in all mediums from throughout his twenty-five-year career. Created in close collaboration with the artist, this unconventional and lavishly produced book features both black-and-white illustrations and full-color tip-ins. Contributions by scholars, art professionals, and friends of the artist offer multiple perspectives on Althoff's iconographically rich work. 196 pp.; 205 illus.
  • Size
    9w x 10.5"h
  • Year of Design
    2016
  • Origin
    Turkey
  • ISBN
    9781568980836
  • Author
    Kai Althoff
  • Pages
    196
  • Genre
    MoMA Publications
  • This item is final sale and non-returnable.
Kai Althoff: and then leave me to the common swifts - Hardcover

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