About the Gallery
Since opening in 1983, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac has specialised in international, contemporary art representing around 60 artists and a number of renowned estates. With a team of 90 employees and approximately 40 extensive solo and group exhibitions held per year in the Salzburg, Paris Marais, Pantin and London spaces, the gallery supports and showcases the careers of some of the most influential artists today. From its origins in Salzburg, the gallery now holds five distinctive venues. Since 1983, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac has been established in Salzburg at the Villa Kast, a 19th century townhouse in the Mirabell Garden and the historical centre. In March 2010, the gallery opened Salzburg Halle, an additional exhibition space spreading over 2,500 m² (27,000 ft2) within an industrial building close to the city centre. In 1990, Thaddaeus Ropac opened his primary Paris space in the Marais. Today, the gallery space spans four floors and includes an extensive Drawings Department. In October 2012, an ambitious project was completed in Paris Pantin. This venue also hosts satellite events including talks, screenings, concerts and performances. In Spring 2017, a new gallery opened in London, Mayfair, at Ely House.