The Paley Center for Media will display the original art exhibit “Star Trek: 50 Artists. 50 Years.” on Sept. 16-25, 2016, making it the only place in New York to catch the global art tour.

Created to commemorate Star Trek’s 50th anniversary, the out-of-this-world exhibit, curated by CBS Consumer Products, will feature original 2-D and 3-D artwork, expressed through various media, by 50 artists from 10 countries, including the late actor and photographer Leonard Nimoy and actress Mayim Bialik.

The Paley Center will also present fan-favorite screenings and special Star Trek-themed events throughout the week at its 25 West 52nd St. location as part of the worldwide 50th anniversary celebration. (Paley Center for Media)


Christopher Ryan Ross is an editorial photographer and producer who has spent years shooting stars all over the world. Mayim Bialik stars on the hit comedy "Big Bang Theory," playing Amy Farrah Fowler. (Photo: Gordon Donovan/Yahoo News) Visitors take photos of the original art from the exhibit “Star Trek: 50 Artists. 50 Years.” (Photo: Gordon Donovan/Yahoo News) Matt Ferguson is a graphic designer and artist best known for his association with Marvel Studios. He has crafted beautifully stylized, official creations for "Star Trek," "Hellboy" and "Star Wars." (Photo: Gordon Donovan/Yahoo News)
Alton Takeyasu is Mattel Hot Wheels Design’s principal designer. Growing up in California, he owned many "Star Trek" toys and model kits, which served him well as he studied illustration and industrial design at the Art Center College of Design. (Photo: Gordon Donovan/Yahoo News) Costumes on display at the "Star Trek'' 50th anniversary exhibit. (Gordon Donovan/Yahoo News) The reptilian Captain Gorn from the episode "Arena," in which Captain Kirk and Gorn vie with each other in "trial by combat," a one-on-one battle to the death, with the ship of the losing captain to be destroyed and the other ship free to leave. (Photo: Gordon Donovan/Yahoo News)
A life-size figure of the creature from "The Man Trap," which became known to fans as the "salt vampire." (Photo: Gordon Donovan/Yahoo News) Mathew Skiff is an illustrator and designer who currently works full-time for Primitive Apparel and Primitive Skateboarding. Previously as a, he worked on projects for such clients as Marvel, Warner Brothers and Burton Snowboards. (Photo: Gordon Donovan/Yahoo News) The bridge of the Enterprise on exhibit at the Paley Center. (Photo: Gordon Donovan/Yahoo News)
Captain Kirk and reptilian Captain Gorn on exhibit at the Paley Center. (Photo: Gordon Donovan/Yahoo News) The walls are filled with the work of artists paying tribute to the "Star Trek'' 50th anniversary. (Gordon Donovan/Yahoo News) PJ McQuade stands next to his work "Boldly Going" at the "Star Trek: 50 Artists. 50 Years." exhibit at the Paley Center, on display Sept. 16-25, 2016. McQuade's work has appeared in the Hollywood Reporter, CBS, Variety, AMC, MTV, Toronto Life and ESPN. (Photo: Gordon Donovan/Yahoo News)
The walls are filled with the work of artists paying tribute to the "Star Trek'' 50th anniversary. (Photo: Gordon Donovan/Yahoo News) Joe Corroney is a well-known figure in the comic book industry and lends his talents to IDW Publishing's "Star Trek" series while also continuing to create new "Star Wars" artwork for Disney and Lucasfilm. (Photo: Gordon Donovan/Yahoo News) Juan Ortiz is a freelance designer. In 2012 he created 80 "Star Trek: The Original Series" retro-style posters for CBS, with images on everything from wine bottles and coasters to a coffe-table books and T-shirts. (Gordon Donovan/Yahoo News)
Glen Brogan is an illustrator whose work consists of pop-culture drawings and apparel designs that have been featured worldwide in gallery shows, magazines and art books. (Photo: Gordon Donovan/Yahoo News) Stanley Chow gestures towards his work "Teleportation of Mr. Spock." Chow is an illustrator, artist and graphic designer who hails fom the North of England. He is known for his portraits, particulary of pop-culture figures, and his clients include Saatchi and Saatchi and McDonald's. (Photo: Gordon Donovan/Yahoo News) Nicky Barkala is a self-taugh psychedlic-surrelaist artist. With no prior training and only a belief that art should be free of any rules. (Photo: Gordon Donovan/Yahoo News)

Photos taken September 2016 using a Canon EOS-1D X DSLR with a EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM Standard Zoom Lens.