Liana Yaroslavsky

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Liana’s work is at the crossroad of time and innovation.

She studied sculpture, painting and graphic design at the famous Parsons School of Design in New York.

First an artistic director in a graphic design agency, she then created her own studio and at the same time moved into interior decoration.

One can see the versatility of her talent in all of her body of work.

Liana was born in St Petersburg, Russia and lived in Israel, New York and Paris. Today she lives and works in Los Angeles.

From her childhood in the USSR, Liana has kept her taste for the extraordinary, her love for antiques and for what comes from elsewhere. Liana Yaroslavsky likes to discover unexpected treasures and to recycle them in original ways.

Liana’s work is a mix of paradoxes and sophistication, of baroque and a contemporary vision.

Liana Yaroslavsky captures the story of each object she uses in each of her pieces and tells instinctively her very own story at the same time.

Liana’s cosmopolitan universe and culture are reflected in her collections.

“Changing place, changing time, changing thoughts, changing future”

Liana’s work is at the crossroad of time and innovation.

She studied sculpture, painting and graphic design at the famous Parsons School of Design in New York.

First an artistic director in a graphic design agency, she then created her own studio and at the same time moved into interior decoration.

One can see the versatility of her talent in all of her body of work.

Liana was born in St Petersburg, Russia and lived in Israel, New York and Paris. Today she lives and works in Los Angeles.

From her childhood in the USSR, Liana has kept her taste for the extraordinary, her love for antiques and for what comes from elsewhere. Liana Yaroslavsky likes to discover unexpected treasures and to recycle them in original ways.

Liana’s work is a mix of paradoxes and sophistication, of baroque and a contemporary vision.

Liana Yaroslavsky captures the story of each object she uses in each of her pieces and tells instinctively her very own story at the same time.

Liana’s cosmopolitan universe and culture are reflected in her collections.

“Changing place, changing time, changing thoughts, changing future”

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