For the second consecutive year, the AHCI – Académie Horlogers des Créateurs Indépendants – will exhibit exclusively at the “IceBergues” Gallery, in the Saint Gervais district, a key and mythical place for watchmaking since the 16th century. Following the success of 2022, this year more than 25 independent watchmakers and clockmakers will present their latest creations. Amateurs, collectors and journalists will have the chance to meet the creators in person and share their passion by attending the demonstrations, the discussions and the numerous presentations of new creations during the week. Watchmaking is an art, and art has many points in common with watchmaking. It is a quest for excellence.The event is not to be missed, as it will bring together extraordinary people.
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The Independent Watchmaker Academy (AHCI) was founded in Geneva in 1985 and currently has 35 members, 4 candidates for membership and 1 candidate for 2023. Members are selected from among the independent watchmakers from around the world, and membership is subject to strict standards and excellent skills.
Svend Andersen, Hajime Asaoka, Ludovic Ballouard, Cyril Brivet-Naudot, Vincent Calabrese, David Candaux, Konstantin Chaykin, Miki Eleta,Vianney Halter, Stefan Kudoke, Bernhard Lederer, Sebastian Naeschke, Raul Pages, Antoine Preziuso, Alessandro Rigotto, Florian Schlumpf, Ludek Seryn, Kari Voutilainen, Lin Yong Hua, Tan Zehua
Machiel Hulsman, Sylvan Pinaud, Anton Suhanov
Masters Of Horology
Venue ：L'ice Bergues Exhibition（Centre, Place des Bergues 3）
Date ：March 27 to April 2, 2023
Hours ：14:00 - 23:00 (Sunday:14:00 - 18:00)
Admission：Free（Reservation is required in advance from the following website ）
AHCI Official SNS
Avenue des Pâquiers 1, CH 2072 St. Blaise – Switzerland
March 03, 2023