Mitchell-Innes & Nash

Alexander Liberman

(Ukrainian, 1912–1999)

exchange by alexander liberman

Alexander Liberman

Exchange, 1952

omicron v by alexander liberman

Alexander Liberman

Omicron V, 1961

stargazer by alexander liberman

Alexander Liberman

Stargazer, 1983

straight then curved by alexander liberman

Alexander Liberman

Straight Then Curved, 1964

Biography

Timeline

1912
Born in Kiev, September 12
1930
Studied Architecture at the École des Beaux Arts, Paris
1937
Gold Medal for Design, Exposition Internationale, Paris
1941
Moved to New York
1962 - 1994
Editorial Director of Conde Nast publications, Art Director at Vogue Magazine
1963
Commisioned by architect Philip Johnson to create a pavilion at the 1963 World's Fair
1980
D.F.A. Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, Honorary Degree
1999
Died in Miami, November 19

Exhibitions

2008
"American Abstraction", Mitchell-Innes and Nash, New York, March 17-April 25 (group)
2006
"Alexander Liberman", Mitchell-Innes and Nash, New York, January 12 - February 25
2003
Photographs of Artists by Alexander Liberman, J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, July 22-October 19
2002
"Alexander Liberman: Maquettes for Monuments", Manny Silverman Gallery, Los Angeles, March 12-April 13
1971
Hammarskjold Sculpture Garden, New York