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 have two more West London-based galleries, with one situated in Notting Hill and two in Shepherd Market.
In December 2017, we opened our first international gallery in the prestigious alpine ski resort of Gstaad, Switzerland.
Maddox Gallery Los Angeles is our newest gallery location and first in the United States, having opened its doors in September 2018.
Maddox Gallery is dedicated to supporting and showcasing the work of blue chip, established and emerging artists from across the globe.
The artists who are part of the Maddox Gallery group are all acclaimed in their fields. They work in a range of mediums, from photography to painting. Our artists are carefully selected not only for the excellent quality of their work, but also for their tireless dedication to their art.
Many of the artists we exhibit at Maddox know and encourage each other’s work, meaning the gallery has become an important London hub for this influential international group. As well as dealing in art by blue chip artists including Andy Warhol, we exhibit art from emerging and established artists such as Bradley Theodore, RETNA, Michael Moebius, David Yarrow, Dan Baldwin, Harland Miller & The Connor Brothers.
James Nicholls our Chairman is an internationally recognised investment art specialist with many years of experience.
He is the resident art critic for the London Live TV channel; the resident investment art expert for British Airways – featuring in BA’s long-haul in-flight programming for the last five years and the presenter of the prime-time TV programme; ‘The Queen’s Paintings’ from Buckingham Palace.
He is a judge for the international VIA Art Prize, a selector/judge for the Alternative Art Fair and Art Editor for The Player – one of the most exclusive bookazines available to some of the wealthiest individuals around the world as well as a contributing art expert to an extensive range of international publications, television and radio programmes.
James is a Patron of the National Portrait Gallery, the Royal Academy of Arts and the Dulwich Picture Gallery.
His expertise covers a wide diversity of works from Caravaggio to Banksy, and cutting-edge emerging artists, such as Bradley Theodore.