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Epson Collaborates with Renowned Studio Harcourt Paris in Beijing

Wednesday, April 08, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

From March 27 to April 12, Epson China contributed to the "Style Must Go On" photo exhibition held by the Parisian Harcourt photo studio in the CWM mall in Beijing. The event is part of a regular campaign held by CWM with the participation and support of the many international fashion brands located in the shopping complex.

Recognized by the studio for the ability of its products to create vibrant and realistic reproductions of fine art, Epson was entrusted by the renowned studio to print out the 57 works displayed during the exhibition using Epson Stylus Pro11880C and Epson Stylus Pro 9910 large format printers on Epson's Premium Semigloss Photo Paper and Premium Canvas Satin Paper. Visitors to the exhibition were also given the opportunity to enjoy large-scale videos projected using Epson CB-585W and CB-575W projectors.

The event was attended by dignitaries including Maurice Gourdault-Montagne, French ambassador to China, and Munenori Ando, president of Epson China. Ando commented, "It's an honor for Epson to be invited to participate in such a prestigious event. Epson is a company that focuses on technology and products, including those dedicated to photo printing and projection. We cooperate with a lot of high level studios all over the world."

The Epson Stylus Pro11880C is perfect for professionals who demand the highest levels of quality, durability and printing stability. Incorporating some of Epson's latest technologies including an advanced MicroPiezo TFP print head and Epson UltraChrome K3 ink, it is ideal for reproducing professional-standard color or black-and-white photographs, fine art, or color accurate proofs for client approvals.


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