Artur Ramon Art has published hundreds of books and catalogues, illustrating almost three hundred exhibitions and scores of national and international fairs.
The publication of catalogues of the exhibitions derives from the vocation of the company’s founder, Artur Ramon Picas, who in the ’70s, through the publishing house Saturno, published several titles that today are a benchmark: Cadena, Josep M. Opisso. Barcelona: Saturno, 1970; Poesías. Manolo Hugué. Barcelona: Saturno, 1972; Giralt-Miracle, Daniel Subirachs. Barcelona: Saturno, 1972.
This publishing activity was continued with Opera Minora, created by Artur Ramon Picas in collaboration with Manuel Barbié, which received the ACCA 1988 Prize for the artistic value of the works published and the refined quality of the edition.
From all of our catalogues, of particular note are the series Obras Singulares with three editions, the series of monographs of the Galería Daedalus and, more recently, the publications dedicated to Piranesi, Manolo Hugué – Memoria y Deseo, Picasso, to mention but a few.
We also dedicate much work to the catalogues published by the international art fairs in which we take part.
Artur Ramon Navarro has published a total of eight books, which are indicated chronologically as follows: Ofici d’antiquari (Ed. Mediterránea, 2006), Els Piranesis de Montserrat (Publicacions de l’Abadia de Montserrat, 2005), Álbum Manolo Hugué (Quaderns Crema, 2005), Nada es bello sin el azar (Elba, 2012), El Sant Jeróni de Montserrat (Publicacions de l’Abadia de Montserrat, 2013), MNAC: Un itinerari (Elba, 2014), Ojo crítico y memoria visual: escritos reunidos de José Milicua (2016) and Falsas sirenas son (Elba, 2016).