From 14 December 2011 to 12 February 2012, the ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands will present “Cartier Time Art,” an exceptional exhibition never seen before outside of Switzerland. The show features the largest collection of Cartier timepieces ever displayed in public.
Since the 19th century, Cartier has been creating horological marvels that became icons in the world of prestigious watchmaking, successfully mixed ingenuity with aesthetic and technical innovation. This is a rare opportunity to observe Cartier’s creativity from its origins to present day conceptions.
The exhibition will also present 12 Cartier movements and 17 Fine Watchmaking timepieces all linked to Cartier’s technical know-how, including the forward-thinking Cartier ID One concept watch. The Cartier ID One is a unique watch unlike any other in the world, designed in a sophisticated process by well-known artist Tokujin Yoshioka.
Price for admission to Cartier Time Art + ArtScience exhibition are as follows:
Non-Singapore Resident: Adult $15, Seniors $14, Child $9
Singapore Resident: Adult $13, Seniors $12, Child $8