Blancpain’s ‘Worldwide Marine Photography Tour Exhibition’ officially landed in Taiwan from January 7th to 20th, 2016, and began a two-week exhibition at Taipei 101 MALL 4F Metroplaza. On the opening day of January 7, 2016, Blancpain’s Vice President of Global Marketing Alain Delamuraz, 2015 Blancpain Watch Fifty Fathoms Underwater Photographer Alan Lo, and well-known director and Blancpain’s “The Global Marine Photography Tour of the Mind” Event ambassador Ma Zhixiang attended the event together and contributed to the promotion of marine conservation issues.
(From left to right) Dimitri Aubert, Sales Manager, Blancpain, Alan Lo, Underwater Photographer of the Blancpain Collection of 2015, Alain Delamuraz, Vice President of Blancpain Global Marketing, Li Mingxuan, Deputy General Manager of Blancpain Taiwan and well-known director Mr. Ma Zhixiang, the ambassador of Blancpain’s ‘Hearts of the Ocean Global Photography Tour’, took a group photo in the exhibition area.
Mark Powell, President and CEO, Blancpain. Since October 9, 2014, Marc A. Hayek officially unveiled the ‘Hearts of the Ocean Plan’ and publicly stated that since the brand launched marine conservation activities, it has received responses from all walks of life and the importance and participation of public groups in marine conservation. Thanks to the appeal of Blancpain and leaders from various countries and regions, and the efforts of various types of media, it has saved 3 million square kilometers of ocean area in just four years. The ‘Hearts and Oceans Global Tour Photography Exhibition’ held at Taipei 101 MALL 4F Metropolis Plaza combines Blancpain’s passion and attention to diving, adventure photography, diving watch development and marine resource protection. The exhibition area is divided into a deep-sea art area and an exploration area, the legendary ‘Fifty Thousands Dive Watch’ historical area, and Blancpain’s marine conservation contribution area.
Blancpain watch with optimism, vision and innovation
The “Mind the Ocean Global Tour Photography Exhibition” will run for two weeks from January 7th to 20th, 2016 at Taipei 101 MALL, a landmark, international business, finance and shopping mall in Taipei. The shape of the building conveys the concept of ‘growth and bloom’ like bamboo, which coincides with the brand’s concept of enduring with nature. In addition, in order to show the importance of this exhibition, Alain Delamuraz, Blancpain’s vice president of global marketing, the 2015 Blancpain 50 Fifty Photographic Collection, underwater photographer Alan Lo, and well-known director and Blancpain were invited to express the importance of this exhibition. Ma Zhixiang, the ambassador for the ‘Global Marine Photography Tour’, and Zhou Deyu, the chairman of Taipei 101, kicked off the exhibition, hoping to draw attention from all walks of life to marine conservation issues through influence in different fields.
Squid baby is about to hatch (Photo by Alan Lo, Underwater Photographer of the 2015 Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Photography Collection)
Pygmy Seahorse-Pygmy Seahorse-2015 Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Photography Collection by Underwater Photographer Alan Lo
Blancpain’s Vice President of Global Marketing Alain Delamuraz personally introduced the “Hearts of the Ocean Plan” and Blancpain’s contribution to marine conservation and achievements to the guests; and 2015 Blancpain watch 50 噚 photography collection underwater photographer Alan Lo Through the precious moments captured by the macro lens, everyone will enjoy the beauty of the underwater world together. Event ambassador Ma Zhixiang also said that the ocean is like our mother. Everyone should make a contribution to ocean conservation.
Blancpain Fifty-Five Series Bathyscaphe Black Ceramic Flyback Chronograph
Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Series Full Moon Phase Flyback Chronograph
Each area of Blancpain’s ‘Hearts of the Ocean Global Travel Photography Exhibition’ has in-depth and detailed introductions to different themes. The Deep Sea Art District showcases amazing and wonderful underwater photography in the Fifty Fathoms Special Edition in collaboration with world-class editor Dietmar W. Fuch and renowned photographers; the Deep Sea Exploration Zone is an introduction Over the years, Blancpain has collaborated with teams from different countries and regions to conserve and explore marine public welfare projects: together with the State Oceanic Administration of China, it has promoted the ‘Rainbow Fish’ project and funded Lauren, a scientist and an outstanding underwater photographer. Laurent Ballesta conducts coelacanth expedition research, sponsors National Geographic team to promote ‘Primitive Ocean Expedition’, signs cooperation agreement with Prince Albert II Monaco Foundation, and sponsors The Economist World Ocean Summit , Dedicated to awakening the public’s attention to marine conservation issues; in addition to the introduction of the legendary “Fifties” diving watch in the historical area, it also displays classic models over the years; the area of marine conservation contribution once again emphasizes that the brand will Conserving the earth and sustaining the sustainable growth of rare creatures are the goals and missions, and introduce the achievements over the years, as well as the limited 50-series Ocean Commitment Bathyscaphe flyback chronograph.
Blancpain Fifty Fathoms X fathoms Automatic Diver’s Watch
Blancpain Fifty Fathom Automatic Diver Watch
Blancpain Automatic Submersible Watch
In addition to in-depth introduction of Blancpain’s inseparable relationship with the ocean, this photo exhibition also showed the most complete classic models. In addition, Blancpain introduced a number of retro models from the 1950s from Switzerland to meet all For lovers and collectors.