After causing a sensation in Sydney, Bangkok and Mexico City, the travelling exhibition presenting the 84 watches pre-selected by the jury of the 19th Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève Prix (GPHG) stops off in Puebla, a city of art and culture in central-eastern Mexico.
Organised in partnership with the SIAR, the exhibition will take place from October 18th to 21st at the famous Mexican retailer Torres Joyas. Following the inauguration, which drew around 300 people last night in a very warm atmosphere, the exhibition is open to the public. It offers connoisseurs and enthusiasts an exceptional opportunity to admire the variety of contemporary watchmaking creations as well as to share their passion for fine craftsmanship and all the magic of the watchmaking art.
After Mexico, the pre-selected watches – competing for the famous “Aiguille d’Or” Grand Prix or one of the 18 awards for watchmaking excellence – will be on display at the Musée d’art et d’histoire in Geneva from November 2nd to 14th. The 19th GPHG prize-giving ceremony will be held in in Geneva on November 7th.