The Watch Art Patek Philippe Grand Exhibition London will take place from May 27th to June 7th this year at the Saatchi Gallery in London.
The exhibition will celebrate Patek Philippe’s tradition of high-precision watch manufacturing, an insight into the company’s 175 year history as well as its heritage in the domain of haute horlogerie. Visitors will have the opportunity to discover the world of the last privately family owned Geneva watch company from the inside.
Visitors will have access to over 400 exceptional timepieces displayed in themes:
. Movement Room – Showcasing the entire movement current collection from our manufacture, this gallery allows you to experience a 360 degree view of some of the most intricate watch movements ever created.
. 175th Anniversary Area – Patek Philippe celebrates anniversaries by creating unique timepieces, our 175th anniversary was no exception. This area is designed to showcase the 175th commemorative collection launched in 2014 to celebrate our very special jubilee and integrates areas such as Commemorative Watches Collection room, Immersive experience into the Grandmaster Chime movement room and the Grandmaster Chime room. The masterpiece from the collection and the most complicated wristwatch ever created by Patek Philippe will be exhibited in its own space.
. Napoleon Room – Be transported to the magical Patek Philippe Salon on the Rue du Rhone, Geneva, you will be captivated by the incredible live view over Lake Geneva.
. Interactive Room – This room will be an interactive learning centre and will include different features such as a library with different books from Patek Philippe, interactive technical and historical animations and ball chairs where people can sit and listen to the striking of Minute Repeaters.
The Immersion room, the Film Theatre room, the Current Collection room, the Museum room, the Grand Complications Room and the Rare Handcrafts Gallery room are other areas that will be part of the Exhibition.
The Exhibition will be open to the public, free of charge, from 9:00 to 19:00 weekdays and Saturdays, and from 10:00 to 16:00 on Sundays. No bookings or tickets are required.