This retrospective exhibition comprising 30 rare and iconic pieces from A. Lange & Söhne will trace the German watchmaker’s history and evolution.
Aficianados and watch collectors know A. Lange & Söhne by its long heritage of technical mastery and innovation. Founded in 1845, the German luxury watchmaker has been creating horological masterpieces that are often instantly recognised for its distinctly unique style in movement construction.
As an homage to to its three bastions of innovation, craftsmanship and authentic design, the brand will be organising the Exceptional Masterpieces exhibition at National Gallery Singapore Supreme Court Terrace.
Comprised of 30 of A. Lange & Söhne’s rare and limited edition pieces, the exhibition will chart the watchmaker’s illustrious journey and its many gamechanging innovations.
Highlights include the coveted Lumen collection, a series of four limited-edition platinum timepieces— Zeitwerk “Luminous” (2010); Grand Lange 1 “Lumen” (2013); Grand Lange 1 Moon Phase “Lumen” (2016) and Datograph Up/Down “Lumen” (2018)—that boasts an innovative and luminous way of presenting time in the dark.
Exceptional Masterpieces will also feature a whole host of special handcrafted creations from Lange’s Handwerskunst range that is famed for its exceptional finishing techniques, notably the Richard Lange Tourbillon Pour Le Merite Handwerkskunst in Honey Gold (the very first Handwerkskunst timepiece) and the 1815 Rattrapante Perpetual Calendar Handwerkskunst.
The exhibition Exceptional Masterpieces will be at National Gallery Singapore Supreme Court Terrace from 3-5 December, 10.30am to 9pm. Interested visitors can go to https://events.alange-soehne.com/sg to register and select their preferred time slots.
Images courtesy of A. Lange & Söhne, artwork by Curatedition. All rights reserved.