Patek Philippe has just officially announced that it will hold the 2020 watch art exhibition in Singapore on September 28, 2020 solstice on October 13. This is the fifth Grand Exhibition the Geneva watchmaker has put on, with the previous four being hosted in Dubai (2012), Munich (2013), London (2015), and New York City (2017). For anyone interested in watches, these biennial events are serious business -- they include a host of interactive exhibitions, rare appearances outside the replica Patek Philippe museum, and often a handful of popular limited editions. From the initial press conference, Singapore is as spectacular as you can imagine. The Grand Exhibition coincides with Singapore's 200th anniversary, and the replica Patek is pulling out the stops to celebrate. There will be 10 thematic rooms covering topics from the history of Patek Philippe to rare handcrafts to museum highlights to the current collection. There will be a large number of watchmakers on site too, so you can see the whole process and not just the best replica watches. One sure-fire highlight will be the room dedicated to Singapore and Southeast Asia, which should consist of the new limited-edition pieces. We'll have plenty of more coverage about those as they're unveiled. Importantly, the exhibition will also be free to the public, so we hope it will be a pretty big event. It will be open seven days a week and we expect long lines (New York has them too). There will even be two special Sundays designated as family days, with particular activities to get your kids as excited about the watch as you are. To see what you can expect, check out Jake's in-depth coverage of the New York exhibition. It's as good as it was two years ago.