Zenith invites collectors and enthusiasts to stop by its “Master of Chronographs” exhibition and workshop on June 15 through June 17 to learn all about the Zenith El Primero direct from Zenith’s own experts.
During the special three-day pop-up exhibit and watchmaking clinic, Zenith will host the public during a multi-faceted display and hands-on demonstration of chronograph movements in watchmaking history. Zenith CEO Julien Tornare, Zenith Product Development and Heritage Director Romain Marietta and U.S. Zenith Brand President Ellen Sorensen will host the event.
Visitors can expect a slate of chrono-centric activities starting at 10 a.m. each day of the event, which takes place at Phillips Auction House, 432 Park Avenue at (at 56 Street), New York, NY 10022.
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.: A watch clinic (every hour).
In the 30-40-minute hands-on clinic a master watchmaker will discuss the inner intricacies of the chronograph complication, with focus in the El Primero movement.
11 a.m.: Tour of Exhibit
Zenith’s Product Development and Heritage Director Romain Marietta will guide guests through a series of historically significant archival timepieces. These rare timepieces, the legacy of the watchmakers that propelled the brand into the future, take visitors on an ‘unforgettable journey through time.’
4 p.m.: Product Presentations
Romain Marietta will present Zenith’s 2022 debuts.
To attend Zenith’s Master of Chronographs pop-up exhibition at Phillips Auction House, register online here.
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