Cartier Time Art exhibition will show off its watch making secrets

If you are a watch lover, then you would be equally interested in what goes into making your favorite watch to perfection. And in order to satisfy your curiosity Cartier will put up an exhibition of its collection called the “Cartier Time Art” in 3D films directed by Tokujin Yoshioka. The exhibition will take its brand lovers on “a journey to the heart of Cartier watchmaking” right from its beginning in 1874 to where it stands today.

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From its rich 137 year old existence, the watch makers will put 158 vintage pieces from its collection along with twelve new movements, seventeen new Watchmaking timepieces and end the film with the ID-One watch concept watch. The exhibition will be open from the 26th of August to the 6th of November 2011 at the Bellerive Museum, Ein Haus des Museum für Gestaltung Zürich. Click here for details.

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