audemars piguet

Audemars Piguet Contemporary commissions international artists to create contemporary artworks, fostering a global community of creators. Audemars Piguet believes in the power of contemporary art to connect and be connected.

Its patronage resonates with the talented artisan community that the Manufacture has supported and grown in the Vallée de Joux, where the company has been rooted since 1875.

Audemars Piguet accompanies each commission process from inception to development to exhibition and builds experiences for audiences to engage with the work around the world. The resulting artworks belong to the artists and contribute to their body of work.

Audemars Piguet Contemporary engages with and commissions artworks in two ways.

Under Studio Audemars Piguet, artists develop ambitious artworks across a variety of scales and media alongside the manufacturer’s curatorial team, which enables them to explore new territories in their practice.

Under the Audemars Piguet Art Commission, the brand’s biennial competition, an artist—not yet internationally recognized—is selected to develop a large-scale artwork with an invited curator.

As with mechanical watches, commissioned artworks are about more than what you see. These works are sensitive to our ever-changing world. They are an opportunity for new creation, bringing together audiences and leading to conversations that go beyond first impressions.



International exhibitions of commissioned artworks


Artists Audemars Piguet Contemporary worked with


Year Audemars Piguet Contemporary was established

A timeline of
commissioned artworks