Kai Althoff

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From Lynette Yiadom-Boakye at Tate Britain to Haegue Yang at Art Gallery of Ontario, here are Frieze’s must-see shows

BY frieze | 22 FEB 21

The provocative artist’s major survey with British potter and ‘courier between East and West’ Bernard Leach invites the question: who has license to be so nonchalant?

BY Nicholas Hatfull | 14 JAN 21

The German artist’s latest exhibition in New York ‘reopens the wounds of colonialism’ – supposedly

BY Harry Thorne | 23 JAN 19

With the opening of artist's major MoMA show, some reflections on Kai Althoff's exalted characters and metaphysical aims

BY Manfred Hermes | 14 SEP 16

David Grubbs on Kai Althoff's recorded music, in the new issue of frieze d/e out now

BY David Grubbs | 02 SEP 16

Tobias Madison on the 2001 album Es liebt Dich und Deine Köperlichkeit ein Ausgeflippter by Workshop

BY Tobias Madison | 25 AUG 16

Lena Henke on Kai Althoff and Lutz Braun's installation Kolten Flynn (2006)

BY Lena Henke | 25 AUG 16

Mathieu Malouf on material juxtapositions in Kai Althoff's works from 2007

BY Mathieu Malouf | 25 AUG 16

A Man Walks his Dog in the Park

BY Yair Oelbaum | 25 AUG 16

Nicolaus Schafhausen on Germany, origins and individualism as utopia in the work of Kai Althoff

BY Nicolaus Schafhausen | 25 AUG 16

The recent work of Kai Althoff

BY Michael Bracewell | 15 DEC 14

Kai Althoff’s enigmatic installations, performances and paintings resist easy answers in their explorations of sexuality and spirituality

BY Natalie Haddad | 01 NOV 10

Fanal (Sonig, 2008)

BY Nav Haq | 06 JUN 08