Pioneer of the contemporary art session-Hans-UlrichObrist wears Carl F. Bucherer watch at Shanghai West Museum (LongMuseum, WestBundShanghai) shares his distinctive curated art with art lovers. He is wise, calm, witty, eloquent, and broadly expands the boundaries of the exhibition form.
Hans-UlrichObrist, also known as Hans Jr., is a hot pioneer in contemporary art and can be called the ‘father of art’. Hans was born in Zurich, Switzerland. He is currently the artistic director of Serpentine Gallery in London, England. He is a guest at ArtBasel, Switzerland. Under the curation of Hans, Damien Hirst (DamienHirst) and Yoko Ono (Artist) created performance art works to enter the fair. In the past 20 years, he has been traveling around the world, curating various art exhibitions and projects. In him, he can hardly see the boundaries between cultures in various countries. He has a thorough knowledge of contemporary art around the world and even affects the development of contemporary art.
Recently, Hans wearing the Bucherer Marion Long CentralChrono chronograph shared his unique curatorial method with art lovers at the West Coast Museum of Shanghai Long Museum. The world’s top curator can be said to be the busiest and fastest-selling art curator in the world. He shared: ‘I want to do something different, some more unique exhibitions.’ He hopes to himself The more completely you can disappear in the art work, the better, and then complete the maverick, a kind of behavioral performance related to ‘disappearance’. In an increasingly fast-paced modern life, Little Hans believes: ‘For art,’ Slow ‘has always been very important, and the experience of watching art can slow us down.’ Little Hans pursues breakthroughs and desires innovation. The spirit of exploration fits perfectly with the philosophical philosophy of Bucherer’s ‘no flow’. —— ‘Do not blindly follow the so-called trend, but just go your own way, it is the charming secret of successful people.’
Maliron CentralChrono chronograph
The Bucherer Maliron CentralChrono chronograph can be described as its name. Its functional features include the central chronograph display function, which makes it easier for the wearer to clearly read the timing instructions, and makes the Maliron CentralChrono chronograph stand out from the traditional chronograph models. The Maliron CentralChrono chronograph continues the design style of the Bucherer Maliron watch series. The black or silver dial is neat and neat, and no other decoration is required. The diameter of the stainless steel case is 42.5 mm and the thickness is 14.24 mm. The timing button on the side forms a very individual outline appearance. It is lined with a high-quality black or brown crocodile leather strap or stainless steel chain strap, which perfectly matches the case. With exquisite lug lines and stainless steel discounts or pin buckles, it is elegant and elegant. Jump out.
Maliron CentralChrono chronograph technical specifications
Movement: CFB1967 self-winding movement, diameter 30 mm, thickness 7.4 mm, 47 stones, power reserve 40-44 hours
Function: Chronograph: center chronograph minute hand display, date display, 24-hour display, small second hand display
Case: Stainless steel, curved double-sided anti-refractive sapphire crystal, sapphire crystal case back, water-resistant to 30 meters, diameter 42.5 mm, thickness 14.24 mm
Dial: silver dial
Strap: Brown Lewis Anna Alligator leather strap, stainless steel pin buckle