16 November 2016
Kai Althoff (B. 1966) and Armin Kramer (B. 1973)
four elements--synthetic fiber collage, cotton and thread in artist's frames
overall: 71 7/8 x 69 in. (182.5 x 175.2 cm.)
Executed in 2003.
Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne
Acquired from the above by the present owner
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Cologne, Kölnischer Kunstverein, December 2003-January 2004.
Boston, Institute of Contemporary Art and Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art, Kein Respekt (No Respect), May 2004-January 2005, no. 133.
“Rules or disciplines are swear words to me... When somebody starts talking to me about discipline, it instantly turns me off, it’s just not for me because I think discipline comes automatically when you are interested in something.” – Kai Althoff
Please note this work is a collaboration between Kai Althoff and Armin Kramer.
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