We’re fascinated by Klaus Pichler’s behind the scenes images of the Viennese Museum of Natural History. A museum that covers over 45,000 sq meters, Klaus was lucky enough to be allowed to explore the lesser known departments and areas hidden away from public view. And voilà!
Exploring the idea of space and what happens when this has to be shared by disparate objects, Klaus’ series called Skeletons in the Closet also made us think of how photographers are only as interesting as the experiences they open themselves up to. Being a photographer is so much more than a skill; it’s a way of life.