‘The Fourth Wall’ Haunting Photos of Empty Stages Taken From An Actor’s Point of View

In his stark photo series “The Fourth Wall“, veteran German photographer Klaus Frahm has captured the haunting beauty of the barren stage in an empty theater. Frahm is known for specializing in architecture photography, and used his sense of depth and drama to frame the shot from an actor’s point of view, creating a nervous tension within the calm of the image.

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