|We Make Books with Art|
Since 2004, with a small team of highly motivated collaborators, associate designers, and editors, and thanks to collaborations with great artists, writers, international institutions, galleries, and curators, JRP|Editions (formerly JRP|Ringier, 2004–2018) has managed, through an expanding network of specialized and committed distributors, to establish itself as one of the leading contemporary art publishers in Europe and the USA. We have built up a catalogue of more than 500 titles currently in active distribution (in English, German, and French), which has established our profile and audience in the contemporary art field.
Careful to maintain high editorial quality in terms of conception, design, and production, we have succeeded in positioning the company simultaneously as an independent producer and as a publishing partner for museums and private structures. To all those who have made this possible and who share our belief that art publishing extends far beyond the definition of commercial publishing, we would like to express our gratitude.
The company organized production according to defined typologies and series presented on the website, while maintaining a flexible approach to artists’ projects. This strategy has allowed a catalogue of titles aimed at the contemporary art audience and structured around different editorial lines and time frames to develop, often in collaboration with institutions and renowned editors. Presenting a generation of artists who emerged in the 1990s, the 2000s, and the early 2010s to a specialized and general public, as well as introducing the newest positions in today’s scene, our catalogue also demonstrates an interest in remapping the 1980s, and in publishing significant texts and artists still overlooked today. Working with an international geography in mind and a desire to weigh in on the current cultural debates, we have built a network of associate collaborators who continuously review, choose, and publish artists, writers, and curators whose works, we believe, will leave their mark on our culture.