To mark the reopening of its boutique within the same complex, Vacheron Constantin (VC) has just inaugurated The Anatomy of Beauty, an exhibition taking place in the ArtScience Museum of Marina Bay Sands from now to November 2, 2022.
Open to the public with free admission, the exhibition is an all-encompassing showcase of the brand’s watchmaking split into three sections, starting with its historical timepieces and culminating in its modern-day grand complications like the Tour de l’lle.
The first section, Our Heritage: A Legacy as Precious as Time, presents a selection of the brand’s notable timepieces from its earliest years – the oldest watch on show is exactly 200 years old – continuing into the present day with the landmark Tour de l’lle launched in 2005 to mark the brand’s 250th anniversary, an impressive double-faced watch with 16 complications.
Following that comes The Anatomy of Beauty dedicated to the brand’s traditional and artisanal decorative techniques. Amongst the highlights is the Métiers d’Art “Great Civilisations”, a quartet of watches unveiled just earlier this year at the Louvre.
Finally Science and Complications explores the five most important complications for VC, namely the tourbillon, split-seconds chronograph, retrograde display, perpetual calendar, and minute repeater. The key exhibits in this section include an elegant split-seconds chronograph pocket watch from 1939 as well as the Mercator double-retrograde from the 1990s.
The Anatomy of Beauty takes place from October 16 to November 2 at the ArtScience Museum in Marina Bay Sands. It is open to public daily from 10:00 am-7:00 pm.
Admission is free, but registration is required to attend. To register, visit Marinabaysands.com.
ArtScience Museum (Level 4)
Marina Bay Sands
6 Bayfront Ave,
For more, visit Marinabaysands.com.
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