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  • Provenance

    Casey Kaplan Gallery, New York; private collection, USA; Marc Jancou Fine Art, New York

  • Exhibited

    Boston, Institute for Contemporary Art, Kai Kein Respekt (Kai No Respect), May 26 - September 6, 2004 and Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art, September 23, 2004 - January 16, 2005

  • Literature

    N. Baume, ed., Kai Kein Respekt (Kai No Respect), Boston/Miami Beach, 2004

  • Catalogue Essay

    The profusion of characters that perform their roles in Althoff’s art is complemented by his varied use of media and styles. Whether figurative or abstract, photographed or drawn, painted or sewn, every image and object in Althoff’s art has its own story. In fact, the stories around one work may have multiple layers and alternate scenarios, making it hard to attach any explicit reading of the artist’s intention. In counterpoint to this seemingly impenetrable density and elaboration is an equally strong urge to simplify and condense.
    N. Baume, ed., Kai KeinRespeckt (Kai NoRespect), Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, 2004, pp. 14-15

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Untitled (Red Soldiers)

1997
Biro pen, graphite and highlighter on paper laid on board.
73 1/8 x 39 3/8 in. (185.7 x 100 cm).

Estimate
£150,000 - 200,000 ≠ ♠ †

Sold for £144,000

Contemporary Art Evening Sale

Evening Sale
13 October 2007, 4pm
London