Exclusive Coco Dávez Limited Edition Print

Coco Dávez We are delighted to announce the release of the first Coco Dávez limited edition print of 100 with all proceeds from sales of the works going...

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Spring Contemporary – Maddox Street

Our flagship gallery on Maddox Street is delighted to host ‘Spring Contemporary’, our latest group exhibition featuring works by a variety of...

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Coco Dávez

Inspired by popular culture and illustrated realism, Coco Dávez is a multi-faceted artist whose work primarily plays with colour and shape. Renowned for her pure use of acrylic paint and unconstrained brushwork, Dávez cites Fauvism as a major influence on her practice. For her most recent series, ...

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About Maddox Gallery

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Our Galleries

We are an international group of galleries specialising in contemporary and modern art. We have built a reputation for sourcing and exhibiting exclusive, cutting-edge art from internationally-acclaimed and emerging artists.Our flagship gallery, from where we take our name, is located on Maddox Street in the heart of Mayfair, London. We also...

Bradley Theodore's Entering the Garden - Acrylics on Canvas

Bradley Theodore

The Connor Brothers' Who We Pretend To Be - Giclée, screen print acrylic and oil and hand applied varnish on paper

The Connor Brothers

Harland Miller's Painting for Charles Addams - Screenprint

Harland Miller

RETNA's Secret Societies II - Mixed Media on Canvas

RETNA

Andy Warhol's Tomato-Beef Noodle O’s, From CAmpbell’s Soup II (F.&S. II.61) - Silkscreen Print in Colours on Paper

Andy Warhol

Mr Brainwash's  Einstein - Neon and Mixed Media on Canvas in Plexiglass Box

Mr Brainwash

David Yarrow's Designated Survivor - Archival pigment print

David Yarrow

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Banksy

London Live Focus – 14.05.19

James Nicholls and Tanya Francis review Edvard Munch 'Love and Angst' at The British Museum; Lorenzo Quinn 'Possibilità'...

London Live Focus – 07.05.19

James Nicholls and Tanya Francis review ‘Mike Nelson: The Asset Strippers’ at Tate Britain; Handel &...

London Live TV – 12/04/19

James Nicholls and Luke Blackall review ‘We Live in An Ocean of Air’ at the Saatchi Gallery; ‘Sorolla...

London Live TV – 19.04.19

James Nicholls and Luke Blackall review 'Diane Arbus: In The Beginning' at the Hayward Gallery and 'Van Gogh and Britain'...