Patek Philippe Watch Art Grand Exhibition in Milan 2025

The seventh instalment of the big show.

Patek Philippe just concluded its biggest Watch Art Grand Exhibition to date with the close of Watch Art Tokyo 2023. The event in the Japanese capital showcased almost 500 timepieces, along with limited editions and Rare Handcrafts created especially for the event, which were seen by some 60,000 visitors at the end of its two-week run.

Now the event will return to Europe in 2025, taking place in Milan, the commercial capital of a country that was historically a great consumer of Patek Philippe wristwatches.

The Rare Handcrafts Golden Ellipse ref. 5738/50G-025 “Snow-Covered Landscape” made for Watch Art Tokyo 2023

The Milan exhibition will be the seventh Watch Art exhibition after Dubai (2012), Munich (2013), London (2015), New York (2017), Singapore (2019), and Tokyo (2023).

Marking a return to the traditional biennial schedule for the Watch Art Grand Exhibition, the Milan event will most likely take place during the summer like preceding exhibitions.


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