Michael Najjar – Outer Space at Benrubi Gallery

Benrubi Gallery in New York City proundly pressents Michael Najjar’s ‘Outer Space’ solo exhibition.

From March 31 until May 14, 2016, New York City based Benrubi Gallery will host Michael Najjar’s solo exhibition, ‘Outer Space’. Inspired by latest aeronautic technologies, the German photo and video artist will show a collection of large-scale photographs that give us a futuristic vision of the forthcoming space tourism.

The images capture cutting-edge technologies. They give us a perception of future life on earth and in near-earth orbit. Based on Michael Najjar’s intense training to become the first civilian artist to fly to space, his show ‘Outer Space’ combines realistic elements with fictitious realities. He has been undergoing a multistage training in Star City, Russia, since 2012 to board SpaceShipTwo of Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic in the near future.

If you are in or near New York City, you shouldn’t miss this show at Benrubi Gallery. Below you can see some of Michael Najjar’s stunning photographs. For further information, please visit the gallery website.

Sands of Mars, this piece is part of an image collection shown at Benrubi Gallery.
Sands of Mars, this piece is part of an image collection shown at Benrubi Gallery.
Gravitational Rotator, an image taken by German photo and video artist Michael Najjar.
Gravitational Rotator, an image taken by German photo and video artist Michael Najjar.
Interplanetary Landscape - outer space landscape.
Interplanetary Landscape – outer space surroundings. This and other photographs by Michael Najjar will be on display at Benrubi Gallery from March 31 to May 14, 2016. Don’t miss the show!
Muse - Benrubi Gallery proudly presents Michael Najjar's solo exhibition, Outer Space.
Muse – Benrubi Gallery proudly presents Michael Najjar’s solo exhibition, Outer Space.
Orbital Debris 2020 - a view onto futuristic space travel.
Orbital Debris 2020 – a view onto futuristic space travel.
Space Debris I, an image by German photo and video artist Michael Najjar.
Space Debris I, an image by German photo and video artist Michael Najjar.
Kinetic Drift - simulation of weightlessness in space.
Kinetic Drift – simulation of weightlessness in space.
Spaceport, work from a series of large-scale photographs.
Spaceport, work from a series of large-scale photographs.

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