Serge Najjar (1973): Serge Najjar is a photographer from Lebanon. He is a self-taught photographer, and his work examines the interrelationship between modern and contemporary painting and photography. Serge Najjar advances like a goldsmith of cities showing their manifold geometric potential. He casts his photographer’s eye on our interaction with materials and their correlation with the history of modern art and geometric abstraction. His approach may be instinctive, but his views allow us to reconsider our contemporary surroundings on a human scale. Human presence makes utopian, at times overwhelming, architectural structures appear more human. In 2021, he published his first book, ‘BEIRUT’ with KAHL Editions.