For the fourth edition of the Geneva Time Exhibition, the Swiss Manufacture, the only one fully mastering the mysterious transparency in the wristwatch universe, launched an astonishing new collection focused on the most innovative branch of contemporary art: Street Art. Quinting takes advantage of its lead to broaden its horizons on the European market.
After thirteen years spent surprising the watch making community with its incredible technical challenges, the Swiss Manufacture keeps moving on. You certainly remember the launch of the first totally see-through chronograph in 2000, the first movement compensating the synergy effects in 2006, the first mysterious Dior watches in 2009 or the first true moon phase in the watch industry in 2012. Each one of those prowess existed and keeps existing thanks to Quinting.
High Street Art
Today, Quinting adds Contemporary Art to its skills with the Street Art Collection. Each watch within this series is a unique piece of art and represents one of the most famous streets around the world. Stuck with the effervescence and the multiple faces of the streets, Quinting blends all its trips memories to extract the quintessence of the urban face of our world.
Quinting at Antiquorum, the world's premiere auction house of modern and vintage timepieces
As one of the main GTE exhibitors, Quinting had the privilege to be invited by Antiquorum to expose some of its most magnificant timepieces in a very special exhibition from Jan 15 until the Feb 11 (Rue du Mont-Blanc 3, 1201 Genève).
Julien Schaerer (Watch Expert and Managing Director, Antiquorum Geneva) said that “hosting a special exhibition where clients and visitors can view these special brands in an intimate setting is yet another way for Antiquorum to support and promote the know-how, expertise and innovation of the independent Swiss watchmakers”.