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As a Patek Philippe exhibition opens in Singapore for the first time, the watch brand looks to a newer, younger audience 

Patek Philippe’s biennial Watch Art Grand Exhibition
The fifth iteration of Patek Philippe’s biennial Watch Art Grand Exhibition is taking place in Singapore

With this its fifth iteration, Patek Philippe’s biennial Watch Art Grand Exhibition has become something of a watch calendar mainstay.  

Following New York two years ago and London before that, this year it moves to the Far East for the first time and to Singapore. The city-state is routinely among the world’s top 10 importers of Swiss watches and home to any number of wealthy collectors.

The exhibition, which Patek says was two years in the planning and should attract as many as 60,000 people during its two-week run, stretches out across 10 themed rooms installed into the S$8bn (£4.75bn) Marina Bay Sands resort that overlooks Singapore’s famous harbour. These walk visitors through the Patek...

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