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Thaddaeus

(thădē`əs), apostle: see Jude, SaintJude, Saint,
or Saint Judas
[Jude is an English form to distinguish him from Judas Iscariot], in the New Testament, one of the Twelve Apostles, also called Thaddaeus. He is thought to have been the son or brother of St. James the Less.
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When the press pack arrives at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac Paris Pantin two days before the opening of Alex Katz's new show, there are hardly any labels on the walls yet.
With 135 galleries (including 27 new participants) presenting their wares, highlights include a solo exhibition of Robert Mapplethorpe at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, and a homage to Willy Rizzo, who died in February, at Eric Franck.
When I meet him he is preparing for a new show for his dealer, Thaddaeus Ropac, which will include the fingerprint paintings that currently hang, half finished, on the walls of the airy room where many of his paintings are made.
Thaddaeus Ropac Gallery (Salzburg and Paris), that offered a Georg Baselitz oil and a Gilbert and George photo-montage (left) among other things, succeeded in selling everything by Thursday, and had re hung the booth twice to make way for stock in storage.
Thaddaeus Ropac has shown his bullish attitude by expanding his gallery empire with a "multiuse hall" in Salzburg, measuring some twenty-eight thousand square feet.
7 YES TO ALL Seen recently in the form of a rainbow-colored neon sign at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac in Paris, this seemingly affirmative slogan has become a recurring theme for Sylvie Fleury--a backhanded comment on a consumer culture in which customization has become the only "alternative" to branding and mass production.
7 YES TO ALL Seen recently in the form of a rain-bow-colored neon sign at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac in Paris, this seemingly affirmative slogan has become a recurring theme for Sylvie Fleury--a backhanded comment on a consumer culture in which customization has become the only "alternative" to branding and mass production.
The Silent Baroque," curated by Christian Leigh, opens at Thaddaeus Ropac in Salzburg.
It put Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac on the map, brought the neo-geo artists to Europe, and highlighted the ascendancy of its young maximalist curator--the corpulent, brilliant Christian Leigh.
BH: You participated in one of his most extravagant exhibitions, "The Silent Baroque," at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg, in 1989.
4) Philip Taaffe (Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris) and "The Heavenly Tree Grows Downward" (James Cohan Gallery, New York) Last November I made a mental note to remember this show in Paris (it just missed the cutoff for 2001's Top Tens), one of Taaffe's best in a while, which is saying a lot since he never seems to have really bad ones.