A Beirut-based photographer that proves beauty is everywhere if you know how to look
“It is not about what you see but how you see it.” And from behind the lens of Lebanese photographer Serge Najjar, Beirut’s concrete jungle flourishes with unexpected geometric patterns, contrasts, colors and stolen moments. If such elements exist outside of Najjar’s digital world, his patience and timing are impeccable. Every Saturday, Najjar drives without aim, until something attracts his attention. Then he sits and waits. His images sometimes freeze a single moment and sometimes involve several moments happening simultaneously, but each moment is perfectly isolated – frames within a frame. “Abstract Realities” is a slice of the world as the photographer sees it.