The Visionary Artist Pavlina Boroshova Semadeni, known simply as PAVLINA, is an internationally renowned artist living in Montreux, Lake of Geneva region, the French speaking part of Switzerland.
2017 Founder and President of AVM - International Visionary Art Association of Montreux Switzerland. Founder of the exhibition concept Visionary Art Switzerland.
2017 Curator of the first International Visionary Art Exhibition of Montreux Switzerland shown in an art fair, MAG, 2m2c Congress Center: Pavlina invites four museums (Ernst Fuchs Museum of Austria, Giger Museum of Switzerland, Naïa Museum of France, Di-Maccio Museum of Japan) and thirty artists from USA, Europ, Russia and Asia.
2016 Founder of the exhibition concept Visionary Art in Switzerland.
1992... Independant Visionary Artist; about hundred exhibitions in galleries, museums, art fairs, cultural centers in France, Germany, Switzerland, Japan, Great Britain, Belgium, Italy, the Netherlands, India, Brazil, Colombia and the USA.
1987-92 Student and Assistant of the famous painter Gérard Di-Maccio, his museum is in Japan.
1986-87 French studies at the University Sorbonne, Paris, France.
1985-86 English studies in Hawaii, Windward School for Adults, USA.
1985 High School Diploma, Lake of Constance region, Germany.
Born in the Czech Republic; German mother, Slovakian father.
Naïa Museum, France
Tibet Museum, Switzerland
HR Giger Museum, Switzerland
Museum of Châteauroux, France
New Museum of the Ancient Abbaye and Castle Salem, Germany
2013 Winner at the SNBA-National Society of Fine Arts of France.
2010 Winner of the Botticelli Price for the monography books "PAVLINA-20 years of blue passion" and "Espaces et Transparences" with C. Luezior, Paris, France.
2009 Winner of the Prize Arts-Sciences-Lettres, Société académique d'éducation et d'encouragement, Paris, France.
2009 Guest of honor of the International Art Fair called Montreux Art Gallery-MAG, Montreux, Suisse.
2007 Winner at the SNBA - National Society of Fine Arts of France.
2005 Winner of the European Francophone Prize for Arts Léopold Sédar Senghor, Paris, France.
1999 Winner of the European Academy of Arts.
1998 Guest of honor of the International Art Fair of Saint-Sébastien-sur-Loire, France.
Member of the Foundation Taylor, Paris.
Member of the Society for Art of Imagination, Londres.
Member of the Maison Visinand, Cultural Center of Montreux, Switzerland.
Member/Sociétaire of the SNBA-National Society of Fine Arts, Sociéte Nationale des Beaux-Arts of France.
Member of the Franco-German Association PAIR, Contemporary Realism and Visionary Art, France.