Alexander Liberman

In addition to being a sculptor and photographer was also the Editorial Director of Conde Nast. He escaped occupied France during World War II.
Alexander Liberman - Dallas
Fabulous life! Writer, painter, publisher and sculptor.

In 1924, he attended the École des Roches, in Paris where he studied metal working and history before exploring mathematics and philosophy at the Sorbonne. Fleeing Paris with his family after the German invasion, he settled in New York, where his successful careers included the arts and publishing. Beginning as a photographer for Vogue magazine in 1941, Liberman went on to become artistic director for Condé Nast Publications.