Vittore Frattini made his public debut as an artist in 1957 in his first personal exhibition at the Casino of Sanremo. Among the other personal remember that at the Museo della Permanente Milan 1965, presented by Renato Guttuso, Atelier Donati in Zurich (1975), the Museums of Villa Mirabello in Varese (1984), Georgetown University in Washington D.C. (1986), the Civic Gallery of Modern Art Gallarate (1988). Many of his participations in group exhibitions in major exhibition spaces including the Premio S. Fedele in 1956, 1959, 1961, 1965, the 171st and 172nd Grand Palais “Le Salon” in Paris, the X Venice Biennale for engraving, and the 8th Quadrennial in Rome. At the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim Museum New York.
Numerous are his graphic publications: from the first of ’59 presented by Aldo Patocchi, to “Parole e immagini” with poems by E. Mastrolonardo, presented by Franco Russoli, to the Mini-Pocket published by Giorgio Upiglio, with text by Piero Chiara (1974) to the last “Voli” 2005 with text by Mario Luzi. Major monographs include: ed. Mario Pareti with text by Luigi Carluccio (1971), Edizioni Cortina Milan 1981 text by Miklos N. Varga. Edizioni Vanni Scheiwiller: Lumen all’insegna del pesce d’oro and Open here in the series Proposte with text by Gian Alberto Dell’Acqua and Giuseppe Panza di Biumo (1985). Edizioni G. Mondadori: “Works on paper”, edited by Flaminio Gualdoni (1996), “Paintings” edited by Giuseppe Panza (1997) presented at Circolo della Stampa in Milan. The SKIRA publishing house has dedicated to him an extensive monograph presented at the Palazzo delle Stelline in Milan (2002) by Giuseppe Panza di Biumo and Philippe Daverio. The Museum of Spoleto has dedicated a vast anthological exhibition (2005) curated by Martina Corgnati with Mazzotta catalog.
In 2009 he presents in Milan, in the “Cortile della Seta” at UBI, the most recent sculptures curated by Angela Madesani and the latest works in glass at the Gallery “il Milione”. Also in 2009 the Province of Varese presents at Villa Recalcati a vast anthological exhibition curated by Philippe Daverio.