2007 – Vacheron Constantin at the Geneva Barbier-Mueller Museum
Vacheron Constantin is a partner of the Barbier-Mueller Museum in Geneva, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. The Geneva watch manufacturer held three dinners in this magical place to introduce a select group of guests to the museum’s exceptional private collection of primitive arts – the largest in the world. Although still closed to the public for renovations, the museum put on a private viewing of the “Arts of Africa and Oceania – highlights of the Barbier-Mueller Museum” exhibition for Vacheron Constantin. Also on display were the Métiers d’Art Les Masques watches, which were directly inspired by works from the Barbier-Mueller collection. Throughout these very special evenings, Vacheron Constantin’s guests were treated to the magic of discovery and shared in the mystery of the passion for collecting and watchmaking.
To know more about the Barbier-Mueller Museum: www.barbier-mueller.ch
- The museum before the arrival of the guests- Guests at the entrance of the museum
- Monique and Jean Paul Barbier-Mueller, founders of the museum with Juan-Carlos Torres, CEO of Vacheron Constantin