Submission Guidelines


JRP|Ringier is publishing books on contemporary art, and they may be a result of artists’ projects, partnerships with art institutions, or series of theoretical and art-historical texts.

If you wish to send a submission to JRP|Ringier for consideration in their publishing or distribution programs, please mail your materials to the following address:

JRP|Ringier Kunstverlag AG
Editorial Submission
Limmatstrasse 270
CH-8005 Zürich
Switzerland

JRP|Ringier has to follow two seasonal deadlines for their catalogue:

March 1st for the Fall/Winter program,
i.e. publication dates from July – December.


September 1st for the Spring/Summer programm,
i.e. publication dates from January – June of the following year.


You should join the following material to your submission:

- Detailed information on your book project, enclosing a manuscript, a resume and CV of the author/artist, projected book specifications about financial, editiorial, and production planning.

- Pdf files of the book layout, or book dummy, sample images (no originals).

- Sample copies of previously published books.

All materials sent become the property of JRP|Ringier, and the publisher cannot be held liable for damage or loss of materials.

JRP|Ringier shall return materials only on request, and if they are initially accompanied by a supplied postage or sufficient return shipment information to charge your shipping account directly.

Answers to submissions can take up to 2 months.

Many thanks for taking notice of the previous formal prescriptions and for considering JRP|Ringier.
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Art Basel | Year 44
Celebrating 3 shows on 3 continents: One year in the art world

APR 23, 2014/ 6 - 8PM
JOSHUA DECTER "Art is a Problem" @ New York Public Library, New York City

JAN 24 – APR 27, 2014
KADER ATTIA, KARL HOLMQVIST, MATIAS FALDBAKKEN, RAYMOND PETTIBON, and others @ Witte de With | Center for Contemporaray Art, Rotterdam

JAN 31 – APR 27, 2014
ROBERT OVERBY @ Centre d'art contemporain, Genève

JAN 31 – APR 27, 2014
GIACOMETTI @ mcb-a, Lausanne

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