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August 31, 2012

In 1875, Le Brassus in the Vallée de Joux became the birthplace of AudemarsPiguet. Today, to facilitate lovers of watchmaking from all over the world to perceive the charms of the Vallée de Joux, the three artists Sebastien Leon Agneessens, Quayola and Dan Holdsworth have used installation, photography, sound and film in the exhibition to reflect Audemars Piguet’s origins, mastery and artistry as well asto tell the stories of Audemars Piguet and the Royal Oak in an unprecedented way.

In 1875, Le Brassus in the Vallée de Joux became the birthplace of AudemarsPiguet. Today, to facilitate lovers of watchmaking from all over the world to perceive the charms of the Vallée de Joux, the three artists Sebastien Leon Agneessens, Quayola and Dan Holdsworth have used installation, photography, sound and film in the exhibition to reflect Audemars Piguet’s origins, mastery and artistry as well asto tell the stories of Audemars Piguet and the Royal Oak in an unprecedented way.

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