Maddox Gallery at Bankrobber
5 Shepherd Street, Mayfair, London W1J 7PD
Tel: 0203 150 2452
Following a highly successful first year, Maddox Gallery is delighted to announce the opening of its second London gallery space near Mayfair’s Shepherd Market, at its new 5a Shepherd Street address. The new site, Maddox Gallery at Bankrobber, is officially open from 8 December.
The new site will join the existing array of galleries, boutiques and restaurants in and around the lively Shepherd Market area. The gallery’s official opening drinks will take place on Thursday 8th December, with Elizabeth Hurley switching on the Christmas lights during the Shepherd Market Christmas party.
Maddox Gallery launched their flagship London gallery space in December 2015 and has enjoyed a thriving year of successful exhibitions and events including popular solo exhibitions from Maddox Gallery artists including Bradley Theodore, Tyler Shields and Dan Baldwin, an acclaimed joint exhibition by Robi Walters and Chris Moon and highly regarded collaboration with the Colombian Embassy to bring the work of respected artist Pedro Ruiz to London. They have also played host to a variety of successful charity events, including Art On A Postcard for the Hepatitis C Trust and a charity auction for Caudwell Children.
The new Maddox Gallery venue in Shepherd Street will launch with a group exhibition featuring many favourites from the Maddox Gallery roster of artists, including work by Bradley Theodore, Michael Moebius, Dan Baldwin and Finn Stone.
Often referred to as ‘Mayfair’s original village’ Maddox Gallery is delighted to join the existing vibrant community of retailers, creative boutiques and gallery spaces that currently populate the charming Central London piazza.
Maddox Gallery Managing Director and Curator James Nicholls comments, “Following a hugely successful and busy first year, we are absolutely delighted to be able to expand and open our second Maddox Gallery site in Shepherd Street. 2016 has been such a great success for Maddox Gallery and we are now very much looking forward to opening the new space and introducing this historical London location to the Maddox Gallery roster of artists.”