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Abstract Urban Photography Of Beirut By Serge Najjar

Abstract Urban Photography Of Beirut By Serge Najjar

Lebanese photographer Serge Najjar captures abstract architectural images featuring small figures in the urban environment of Beirut.

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Lebanese photographer Serge Najjar captures abstract architectural images featuring small figures in the urban environment of Beirut.

Serge Najjar was born in Beirut, Lebanon). He is a practicing lawyer and doctor at law; started publishing his photographs on Instagram in 2011 (aka serjios) and became an overnight success.

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Lebanese photographer Serge Najjar captures abstract architectural images featuring small figures in the urban environment of Beirut.

Abstract Urban Photography Of Beirut By Serge Najjar

Lebanese photographer Serge Najjar captures abstract architectural images featuring small figures in the urban environment of Beirut.

Lebanese photographer Serge Najjar captures abstract architectural images featuring small figures in the urban environment of Beirut.

Abstract Urban Photography Of Beirut By Serge Najjar

Lebanese photographer Serge Najjar captures abstract architectural images featuring small figures in the urban environment of Beirut.

The style of architecture, known as Socialist Modernism or Brutalism, was popular in Serbia in the 1970s.

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“I love these old buildings,” photographer Ed Freeman ( says of the subjects of his book Desert Realty, “They seem to tell a story of an America now gone, a simpler, happier time in our history when we all believed we could – and.

via: LensCulture

都市の日常に潜む一瞬の美を切り取る、ベイルートの写真家「Serge Najjar」

Every saturday I drive my car towards a destination still unknown and guide myself by my instinct, by light and by whatever attracts my eye.

Escaping flatland, photo © Serge Najjar.

Scaling Architecture: Abstract Geometry Meets Everyday Life in the Photography of Serge Najjar

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Minimal Photographs Of Los Angeles By Sinziana Velicescu

"Serge Najjar’s approach to photography is intuitive. It derives from his passion for modern and contemporary art. Kazimir Malevich’s “Architectons”, Josef Albers’ abstract compositions, Robert Mangold and Ellsworth Kelly, and also Aurélie Nemours, Frank Stella and Sol LeWitt are listed among his references. The graphic approach of the Russian Avant-garde and, specifically, Alexander Rodchenko catches Najjar’s interest early on his career: deciphering the image and its construction will...

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