Photographer Klaus Frahm steps the other side of the curtain for theatre series ‘Looking from Behind: The Fourth Wall’

Posted in Art, Photography
By Sam Bathe on 9 Jul 2015



Traveling to some of the most famous theatres in Europe, German photographer Klaus Frahm stepped to the other side of the curtain to shoot what it’s like for the actors and crew on stage. Creating a magnificent image in an image, the contrast between the two environments is remarkable, one feeling grandiose and the other a complicated network of scaffolding, lighting and cables.






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