One-Man Shows
Group Shows
Public Collections

Exhibitions

One-man Shows

Philippe Visson was exhibited as soon as he started painting.  The first exposure of his art to the Parisian public at the Gallery Craven in 1958 met with frank success, which immediately launched him on the international art scene, with a one-man show show in several galleries yearly until 1961 (Milch Gallery, New York; Gallery Rauch, Monte Carlo; Gallery Moos, Geneva; and The Maison Française, New York University, NY). 

 

Milch Gallery - New York 1959
Milch Gallery - 1959

Group Shows

He also participates in group shows of major institutions such as the State Fine Arts Museum of Lausanne (1977); the Staatliches Museum, Kassel, Germany (1977); The Kunsthaus in Zurich (1980); and the State Fine Arts Museum of  Aarau (1981, 1983, 1984).

Public Collections

From the seventies, Philippe Visson exhibits essentially in Switerland, but his works are acquired by international public collections : The State Fine Arts Museum of Lausanne (1972, 1977, 1979, 1989, 1990); California State University at Northridge, California (1976); Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah (1976); Staatliches Museum, Kassel (1977), Georgetown University, Washington D.C. (1978); The Museum of the l'Elysée in Lausanne ( 1980); The Federal Cultural Affairs Department, Bern (1983); The Colleciton of Art brut, Lausanne (1983, 1984); and the State Collection of Prints, Jenisch Museum  (lithographs), Vevey (1989); and the State Fine Arts Museum of Aarau (1982).