Leonard Nimoy’s final art work will lead ‘Star Trek’ art exhibit
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The late Leonard Nimoy, who spent nearly 50 years playing the Vulcan first officer on the original Star Trek television series and in subsequent moves, has one more gift to share: a moving piece of photographic artwork that’s going on display.
The piece will be shown alongside 53 others in an exhibit called Star Trek: 50 Artists. 50 Years. The collection were curated by CBS Consumer Products, which owns the franchise.
Along with acting, Nimoy was widely recognized for his skill as a photographer. This piece, which will be officially unveiled at the Michael J. Wolf Gallery in San Diego during this summer’s San Diego Comic-Con, was created specifically for the Star Trek Art Exhibit. It depicts multiple images of Nimoy’s own hand in the widely-recognized “Live Long and Prosper” salute. Read more…
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