Gustav Klimt Paintings Re-Created With Models And Props Part II by Inge Prader
Notable Austrian photographer Inge Prader (previously featured here) has brought to life some of the most famous Gustav Klimt paintings. Using human models and props, he has recreated the iconic paintings of Klimt’s signature “golden phase” for the Stylebible of 2015’s Life Ball in Vienna, a highly acclaimed annual AIDS charity event. The famous works such as Klimt’s ‘Death and Life’, ‘Beethoven Frieze’ and ‘Danae’ bring back the original artist’s gilded sensual paintings.
The Vienna secession is resurrected once again under the orchestration of Prader’s supervision and detailed imagery. The semi-nude models dressed elaborately as warriors and erotic figures and the posed beside intricate props do justice to Gustav Klimt masterpieces. With the overwhelming presence of gold tones set in the costumes, ornaments and set, the gaudy decorations and backdrops, the classic struggle of the physical attainment to paradise is restored under the guidance of Inge Prader.