PAVLINA – a visionary universe

PAVLINA is a Swiss visual artist and an active part of the Visionary Art movement since 1991. She founded the international association Visionary Art Switzerland in 2017. The headquarter, the studio and the visionary art school are located in Montreux. After her art studies in Paris, her works have been on display in more than 120 exhibitions in Europe, the United States, Russia and Asia. Her body of work has been honored by, among others, the Sédar Senghor European Francophone Arts Prize and the Société Nationale des Beaux Arts de France. In 2017, the artist curated a 500 m2 international exhibition in Montreux on the shores of Lake Geneva. Several museums have invited Pavlina to represent Swiss visionary art abroad.




Copper Museum, Poland 13.05. - 30.09.2023

Pavlina has been selected by the "Art'PAIR international" collective to take part in a prestigious exhibition at the Copper Museum (Muzeum Miedzi in Polish) in Legnica, Poland. It is one of the most important historic Baroque monuments in Lower Silesia. The building includes four subsidiaries: the Battle Museum, the Knights' Academy, the Silesian Piast Mausoleum and the Chapel of St. Benedict and St. Lawrence dating from 1220. The exhibition features sixty works by twenty artists and members of the collective. The project is supported by the city of Legnica and mecene Radoslaw Jasnikowski with his Lux Artis publishing house.


Museum L'Atelier De Grandi 08.12.2022.- 05.03.2023

The Atelier De Grandi Museum shows a retrospective of the last 30 years of Pavlina's career. Half of the exhibited works are not for sale and come from private collections.


Museum of Montreux 14.05. - 06.11.2022 group exhibition

The Museum of Montreux invited Pavlina and the members of the association Private P'arts to interact with the objects on display in the Museum. The exhibition is lasting for six months.


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.


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.

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