ANNOUNCING THE REVERSO STORIES EXHIBITION IN PARIS, FRANCE
To mark 90 years since the birth of the Reverso, Jaeger-LeCoultre presents a major exhibition tracing the history of this remarkable timepiece. The Reverso Stories exhibition is travelling to Paris starting from October 21st to December 24th at 15 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris 8ème. This exhibition explores the creative and cultural universe of this exceptional design through four themes, leading visitors on a journey through 90 years of timeless modernity :
• AN EXHIBITION IN FOUR CHAPTERS
• SPACETIME, AN ARTWORK BY MICHAEL MURPHY
• 1931 CAFÉ
• ATELIER D’ANTOINE
VIRTUAL VISIT OF THE REVERSO STORIES PARIS EXHIBITION
Discover the Reverso Stories exhibition virtual tour - a taste of the creative and cultural world of Reverso, from heritage timepieces to the latest innovations and immersive experiences.
SPACE TIME BY THE ARTIST MICHAEL MURPHY
At the heart of the exhibition, visitors will encounter Spacetime, a new art installation from the artist Michael Murphy. For those viewing Spacetime, its fascination lies in the subjective experience of moving around the work, observing its changing form as it coalesces from apparently random complexity into a vision of one of the world’s most recognisable timepieces. In this new work, Michael Murphy has captured the beauty and precision of time-keeping and time-making in an original and uniquely fascinating way.
The art piece
EXPERIENCE THE NEW 1931 CAFÉ
A unique chance for a full immersion into the style and ambience of the period when the Reverso was born. At the end of the Exhibition, visitors will experience 1931 Café, a quintessential expression of Art Deco style paying homage to Reverso the icon of Art Deco design.
Completing the design of 1931 Café, a special collection of cakes and pastries has been created by French Chef Nina Métayer, inviting guests to experience the world through different flavours, as well as to enjoy pastry that has been elevated to a finely handcrafted art form.