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Argos opened its doors in 1961 as a bookshop and stationery shop run by Juana Llambías and Andrés Moll. As a result of Andrés’ love of painting, fine art and framing materials were gradually added.

In 1979 they opened another shop in El Cós de Gràcia, which was run by their daughter Carolina Moll and where they also did framing work. In 1993 they opened the Artara Gallery, run by their son Andrés Moll Llambías. In 2000 they renovated the premises of the shop in Deià street and unified the adjoining premises, which over time they have expanded into a single exhibition and sales space.

In 2008 they opened another establishment on the outskirts of the city, focused more on the sale of materials for fine arts, stationery, handicrafts, and framing. This space gives continuity to the spirit of expansion of the commercial activity, which concluded in 2012 with the opening of the Ciutadella shop.

Argos is a reference establishment for the students of the Escuela de Arte de Menorca and other schools in Maó, thanks to the wide range of articles and products they offer to conduct work related to the study of fine arts. As an art gallery, it holds permanent and temporary exhibitions of Menorcan and foreign artists, and also participates in international fairs with artists from Menorca.

Today, the third generation of the family has joined the business. Argos continues with its initial philosophy of offering a good service in the city, of quality and with a wide range of products.


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