PAVLINA – a visionary universe
Pavlina is a painter and the founder of the international Association AVM - Visionary Art Switzerland in Montreux. She studied art with the painter Gérard Di-Maccio in Paris and since 1991 her works were on display in more than 100 exhibitions in Europe, the United States, Russia and Asia. The studio is in Switzerland and her collective work was honoured with the European Francophone Sédar Senghor Prize of the Arts in 2005. Her paintings were acclaimed in Paris at the Carrousel du Louvre by the Société Nationale des Beaux Arts of France in 2007 and 2013. In 2017 she is the curator of the 1st international Visionary Art exhibition of Switzerland (500 m2), situated on the shores of Lake Geneva.
Cultural Center Maison Visinand, Montreux, Switzerland 22.10. - 21.11.2021
About forty paintings, drawings and sculptors of Pavlina are shown on almost 200 m2, as well as five water crystal photographies "information panels" of the Japanese Akiko Stein, based on the experiences of Masaru Emoto, an internationally renowned Japanese researcher.
Climate Change Novum Basel online 20.03. - 20.04.2021
The galerist of Novum Investments, Basel, Switzerland, is organising the project "Climate Change" with Pavlina and a group of artists. This online exhibition is on display on facebook, instagram and with youtube video "PAVLINA ONLINE - Kunstausstellung 2021".
Basel Art Gallery 20 /21 /22 nov. 2020 - Basel, Switzerland
International group exhibition about the theme of Climate change, under the patronage of the Slovakian Embassy in Bern.
Exhibition Pavlina & C. Morgan, Vevey, Switzerland 23.10. - 15.11.2020 - Covid-19
Pavlina and the international sculptor Charles Morgan have prepared a duo show with their latest works in the very heart of the city Vevey, lake of Geneva, Switzerland in respect with the Covid-19 conditions.
Cultural Center Maison Visinand, Montreux, Switzerland 04.07. - 16.08.2020
The CCMV - Cultural Center Maison Visinand of Montreux-Riviera, Switzerland opens the doors for Pavlina and the other members of the suisse Association Private P'Arts. This extensive exhibition includs more than 40 artists.