Framed Diversity is an art project by Michael Eliasch and Johannes Baluch, two artists whose skills unite in a symbiosis. Their pieces show a pool of subjects of architectural, structural and landscape photography, which is expanded by painting and therefore breaks the traditional frame of a picture. By extending the subject beyond the edge of the photograph, a connection between two art genres is being made. The expansion of the photographs by painting is not an obvious reproduction of the picture, but rather an opening for illusionistic and cynical moments. The photography gains space, illusion and suspense – a perfect contrast to the contextuality of postmodernism.