About

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We are an international chain 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.

The gallery prides itself on providing collectors of all levels with an accessible platform that offers clients a bespoke service of the highest quality.

Our original gallery, from where we take our name, is located on Maddox Street in the heart of Mayfair, London. We also have two other West London galleries in Notting Hill & Shepherd Market and our first gallery outside of the UK in the alpine ski resort of Gstaad in Switzerland.

For further information on each gallery and the exhibitions we currently have at each of our locations, please visit our Galleries page.

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James Nicholls with Simafra. ‘Eden’ – his recent solo show – was Winner of the Mayfair Magazine Award for the Best Art Exhibition (Nov 2017)
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Maddox Gallery sponsored the Art Prize at the 2017 GQ Men of the Year Awards held at Tate Modern which was won by Wolfgang Tillmans

Our Artists

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.

Our Curator

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James Nicholls presents the Columbian ‘Oro Exhibition’ to the Countess of Wessex

James Nicholls is the Managing Director and Curator of Maddox Gallery. As an internationally-recognised investment art specialist, James is the art critic for London Live TV as well as an art contributor to an extensive range of international publications and television programmes.

Since his appointment as British Airways’ resident art expert four years ago – a distinguished position within the global art world – James has featured in all of BA’s long-haul in-flight programmes.

He is also a patron of both The Royal Academy of Arts and The National Portrait Gallery.

James is also Art Editor for The Player – one of the most exclusive bookazines available to some of the wealthiest individuals around the world. Whether behind or in front of the camera, James’ expert knowledge of art covers diverse genres and ranges from old masters such as Caravaggio, to present-day artists such as Banksy.fd

“James Nicholls truly is a world-class art dealer who has an infectious passion for what he does. He has successfully mixed business with pleasure to provide a unique, dedicated service to others.”

Andie Jones, Editor-in-Chief, The Player

His ability to analyse changing art market trends thas enabled James to successfully source upcoming artists like Bradley Theodore, helping them to launch their careers and become highly sought-after. He has built and nurtured strong relationships with art dealers, auction houses and art institutions which enable him to establish the origins and value of the artworks he acquires and provide clients looking to start or build an art collection with the very best counsel.

James carefully designs an annual programme of visually spectacular, engaging and relevant modern art for Maddox Gallery. For more information on our current exhibition please see our virtual tour section.

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James Nicholls is the Art Critic for London Live featuring Luke Blackall

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London Live TV – A New Optimism

Dan Baldwin

A new exhibition inspired by the turbulent months following the election of Donald Trump and a darkening global mood has been given the title A ...

London Live TV – 16.3.18

James Nicholls

James Nicholls reviews 'All Too Human' at Tate Britain and Picasso 1932 - 'Love, Fame, Tragedy' at Tate Modern.

London Live TV – 2.3.18

James Nicholls

James Nicholls reviews Matt Hilvers' Whistling In The Dark by Soft Opening at Piccadilly Circus and Rachel Howard's Repetition is Truth at Newport Street Gallery.

London Live TV – 9.2.18

James Nicholls

James Nicholls reviews Ocean Liners: Speed and Style at the V&A, Glen Brown at the Gagosian and William Peers at the John Martin gallery.