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Our extensive catalog of publications covers all the different areas of knowledge that interest us: insurance, art, history, health, accident prevention, social action and road safety.

We publish around 130 new publications every year in different formats and languages. Take a look at some of our most notable publications.

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Berenice Abbott. Portraits of Modernity

Berenice Abbott. Portraits of Modernity

The American photographer Berenice Abbott's photography work captivates us with its bold gaze. Her modern portraits of the most avant-garde artists and intellectuals of the time and her breathtaking views of New York City are brought together in this catalog published by Fundación MAPFRE: The publication is available in Spanish, Catalan and English and includes texts by Estrella de Diego, the curator of Architecture, Design and Photography at the MIT Museum, Gary Van Zante, and the New York-based novelist Cara Hoffman.

From Chagall to Malévich: Art in Revolution

From Chagall to Malévich: Art in Revolution

At the beginning of the 20th century Russian was at the forefront of some of the most radical and revolutionary artistic and modern design movements. The exhibition From Chagall to Malevich: art in revolution, takes us through this unique avant-garde moment and is accompanied by an illustrated catalog containing essays from the exhibition curator, Jean-Louis Prat; from Yevguenia Petrova, deputy director of research at the Russian State Museum, Saint Petersburg; from Jean-Claude Marcadé, researcher and former director of the CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique) and Leyre Bozal, Fundación MAPFRE's collections conservator. It also includes biographies, a timeline, a glossary prepared by Caroline Edde and texts by Leyre Bozal and Anna Wiech of Fundación MAPFRE.

Anthony Hernandez. A confusing gaze

Anthony Hernandez. A confusing gaze

The shapes and textures of the city of Los Angeles are the main themes of this spectacular catalog edited on the occasion of the exhibition, generously illustrated with over two hundred photos in black and white and in color. The publication includes an introduction by the photographer Robert Adams, texts by Erin O’Toole —curator of the exhibition and Associate Curator of Photography, Baker Street Foundation, SFMOMA— and Ralph Rugoff —th director of the Hayward Gallery in London—, as well as a conversation between Hernandez and his good friend the photographer Lewis Baltz (1945-2014).

Webinar. Health Systems: a global analysis

Health systems: a global analysis

This study analyzes a selection of health systems in different regions of the world, including models that incorporate some feature differentiating them from the others and that can be used as a reference when designing public policies related to healthcare systems. It also proposes an indicator of the effectiveness of health systems, which has been estimated for a total of 180 countries and makes it possible to obtain a comparative global view of those systems.

2019 economic and industry outlook

2019 economic and industry outlook

The report emphasizes the fact that the close of 2018 marks the beginning of the path of gradual deceleration that has been anticipated since the end of 2017. This economic slowdown (which will imply global growth close to 3.3 percent for 2019) will include three characteristics: it will be increasingly asynchronous and fragile; it will have less intense activity and inflation; and it will develop in less favorable and divergent financial conditions. This economic context will continue to favor the insurance market, but the deceleration of the key economies and the ending of the cycle could begin to impact premium growth in the insurance market, especially in the Non-Life and Life Protection segments, given their strong connection to the behavior of the economic cycle.