Klaus Frahm is a German self-taught photographer who mostly focuses on architecture, often with political, ethical, or social subtexts. He studied anthropology and journalism before embarking on his photographic journey in 1980. Frahm’s work has been exhibited internationally and is included in numerous prominent collections, such as the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe in Hamburg and the Museum of Modern Art in Yokohama. He lives and works in Hamburg and Berlin.
Featured image: Klaus Frahm - Los Angeles Opera,
Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, 2019 (detail). Pigment print on Canson Baryta,
mounted on aluminum Dibond. This work is part of a limited edition set. 40 × 50
in. 101.6 × 127 cm. Edition of 5 / 32 × 40 in. 81.3 × 101.6 cm. Edition of 7. Photo
courtesy Galerie XII