IBM has branched out into fine art, writes Fiona Harvey, with the opening of an exhibition last week by artist Dennis de Caires, who has created his latest works using an IBM InfoColor 70 digital press. The Rasterising Generics exhibition, including this work entitled "Last Flowers for Eileen", opened yesterday at the UK offices of Proarte, at 1 Rex Place in London, and will run until 4 December. "I have always been interested in the problems that arise when commercial printers have to reproduce paintings, especially the dilemma of recreating the colours available to an artist by the process of traditional offset lithography," explained de Caires.
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