'Beyond Watchmaking' exhibition represents a bridge between the roots of the brand, the Swiss Jura Mountains, and the rest of the world notably Tokyo. The artworks presented throughout the exhibition testify to the long-lasting collaborations Audemars Piguet fostered with artists, whose practice mirrors the meticulous and experiential nature of their craft. Spanning the Manufacture’s 144 years of history, it features over 150 watches from Audemars Piguet’s heritage and contemporary collections.
Audemars Piguet 'Beyond Watching' Exhibition in Tokyo
Audemars Piguet showcased its 'Beyond Watching' brand exhibition in Tokyo. A Mazarine Ma3 production.
Mazarine Ma3 produced 'Beyond Watchmaking' brand exhibition : imagined by designer Mathieu Lehanneur and complemented with artworks by Ryoji Ikeda, Alexandre Joly and Dan Holdsworth, the exhibition visualized the Manufacture’s origins and craftsmanship, as well as the complexity of time, through the lens of contemporary art and design.