Serge Najjar’s photographs show viewers an abstract reality made up of shapes, colors, shadows and materials. “I go towards the unknown to find an architecture that appeals to me,” he says. The blue-eyed Lebanese native sees a photograph before he takes it, visualizing it in square format, “since [he] started out posting [his] pictures to Instagram.” Then he waits for the right moment, when a human figure adds a touch of reality to his abstract compositions. “If it doesn’t happen naturally, I start a conversation with a passerby.”
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