Vacheron Constantin Announces The Launch Of A New Travelling Exhibit

Emma Hodgson   |   12-04-2024

Alongside the new watches on display at the Geneva watch fair, the house is also showcasing a new travelling timepiece exhibition in the Swiss city until the 22nd of April. 

Called “From Geometry to Artistry”, according to the house exhibition illustrates the subtle alchemy that transforms mechanical watchmaking into objets d’art. 

Selected from among some 1,600 timepieces in the maison’s heritage, an array of rare and exceptional watches created by the house will travel the world throughout 2024.

All the watches in the exhibition have been selected by the Vacheron Constantin Heritage Department, which is home to more than 1,600 timepieces dating from the 18th century to the present day, as well as tools and items of furniture. 

Ths collection is also complemented by an impressive archive covering some 420 linear metres. This infinitely rich collection including correspondence between the founding associates sheds fascinating light – both historically and artistically – on the Maison’s activities over the years and centuries.