Thaddeus Ropac

Changes big and small settle Tefaf into its New York niche

Eight years after the fair’s launch, dealers are clear on its role in a packed spring diary for art in the city

Castle Howard: stage set for Bridgerton and Brideshead, and now for a full-dress Tony Cragg show

The Liverpool-born sculptor's 50-year engagement with organic, layered, forms works in natural harmony with the Yorkshire treasure house and its Arcadian grounds

Venice diary day 1: Pimms, the Pinault Collection and thunderous conversation

Our diarist’s first couple of days in La Serenissima gave her a chance to soak up the glamour synonymous with the city, as well as catch up with some art-world friends

Joan Snyder joins Thaddaeus Ropac for Europe and Asia representation

The 83-year-old American abstract painter has been working for six decades

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Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg and a path to mega-success

The Austrian dealer, who is celebrating his Salzburg gallery’s 40th anniversary, discusses formative influences, the weight of history and the importance of truth in art