Klaus Frahm

Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe
Klaus Frahm

Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe

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  • Pigment print

  • 2005

  • 73,5 x 58 cm (96,5 x 66,8 cm)

  • Börnsen 1953

  • Signed, dated and titled in pencil in the lower margin

  • Matted


Klaus Frahm was born in 1953 in Börnsen, currently he is living and working in Hamburg. Even though he is primarily recognized for architectural photography, Frahm also works in other genres – advertising, still life and photojournalism. Frahm interested himself in photography at the age of 10, originally interested in documentary and reportage. Having his first camera destroyed in 1969, he transitioned to landscape and industrial photography, using mainly large-format cameras. Between 1974 and 1976, he studied ethnology and publicistic. Soon after his graduation, he held his first solo show at the Tropenhaus in Mainz (1976). With his works recognized inside and outside of Germany, Frahm devoted himself exclusively to photography a few years later. Following his first monograph publication "Bahnhofswelt" (1983), the photographer came to serious prominence, marked by one-man exhibitions at the Künstlerhaus Koppel in Hamburg (1983), Canon Photo Gallery in Amsterdam (1984) and Torino Fotografia (1985). Some of his most important accolades include the Europäischer Architekturfotopreis, Art Directors Club Award and Graphis Photo Award.

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