Aight Watch Mondrian - New York City

More than just a watch... An artwork around your wrist !

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Sold by Centre Pompidou (Livres et produits dérivés) Artist
Kupka and Mondrian


AIGHT (*Alright) is a collective of watchmaking creators. In 2013, their first creation restyles the 80's iconic slap watch, considering the watch as a new medium for artistic expression.
As a consequence, the Centre Pompidou chose Aight to release a collection of watch around the works of Mondrian, Pollock and Kupka !
Piet Mondrian (1872 - 1944) was a Dutch abstract painter. He was an important contributor to the De Stijl art group.
The work:
New York City (1942)
Oil on canvas
119,3 x 114,2 cm

Descriptions & Features


Anodized black metal case
Mineral strengthened glass
Japanese Quartz movement
Waterproof : 3ATM
Interchangeable silicone wristband
Easy and universal slap closing
Removable loop
Ultra light : 70 g
French design
Éditions du Centre Pompidou

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