Livia Liverani | Biography
Livia Liverani è un artista romana. L'utilizzo di carta, tessuti, materiali organici e il sapiente uso del collage ne determinano la caratteristica stilistica.
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Livia Liverani was born in Rome and from her early childhood she showed a strong passion for art and was encouraged by her painter grandmother Elvira Franceschini.


She graduated in editorial graphics at the European Institute of Design and later attended painting courses at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome.


Her first professional experiences – in the field of interior design – took place in the early 1980s at Studio Colony in Rome and the Hotel Ritz in Paris.


From 1985 to 1989, driven by her fascination for the Far East, from the point of view of oriental philosophies as well as forms of art, she resided in Indonesia, but also traveled throughout the rest of Asia. In Japan, she felt a profound resonance with his expressive world.

Returning to Italy, she undertook the study of the Chinese language – to better understand Taoist philosophy – at the ISMEO in Rome, and the study of Sanskrit at the Indian Cultural Center.


Subsequent she lived in China in the mid-1990s, in the Yunnan region, which was an opportunity to first immerse herself in traditional painting techniques, before moving on to the art of nearby Tibet, on which she then focused her interest.


In Ladakh in 2005, an Indian region bordering Tibet, she met Lama Yeshe Jamyang from whom she learned the sacred pictorial art of Tibetan Thangkas.


The first silk painting of her is found in Lamayuru Monastery in Ladakh.


The artistic synthesis of her many experiences and such privileged encounters has been appreciated on various occasion in Rome, Barcelona and New York.