Kai Althoff’s most well-known works are his figurative paintings made in his unique, idiosyncratic visual language. The artist is mostly self-taught. He frequently references the aesthetic and methods of early German Expressionism and painters such as James Ensor, Marc Chagall, and Gustav Klimt in his work. In addition to his two-dimensional work, Althoff experiments with sculpture, cinema, and assemblage. He frequently integrates elements from various mediums to create truly immersive installations and presentations.
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