The Maddox Gallery team are on the road again. It is March 2017 and this time they have journeyed to the Middle East for Art Bahrain Across Borders.
All the attention is on the Maddox Gallery stand at Art Bahrain Across Borders art fair, as Bradley Theodore begins an interactive live painting demonstration.
Bradley Theodore returns to London to great acclaim for his 2017 Maddox Gallery exhibition 'The Second Coming'. At the VIP Launch Party, the stars are out.
Bradley Theodore showcases his skills painting in 3D using Google's virtual reality platform Tilt Brush during the launch of 'The Second Coming' at Maddox Gallery.
Bradley Theodore kickstarts his 2017 exhibition 'The Second Coming' in style by painting a Rolls Royce outside Maddox Gallery, then takes it for a ride.
James Nicholls is interviewed on London Live about judging 'City of Contrasts' - a photography competition about London life. #londoncityofcontrasts
Eden is a rich and striking collection of work from the 'artist from Florence' called Simafra. One of the Maddox Gallery's most exciting new talents.
Italian artist Simafra is in London for the launch of Eden at Maddox Gallery. And it is time for lunch at the legendary C London Restaurant. Delizioso!
Former British soldier and artist Bran Symondson takes decommissioned AK-47s and transforms them into symbols of peace. His work is original and thought-provoking.
Donald Trump has become the inspiration for many performers and artists around the world, but he's not amused. This video explores a variety of topical work.
Dragon's Den star Touker Souleyman speaks to James Nicholls about Massimo Agostinelli’s unique yet instantly recognisable pieces.
Looking back at Maddox Gallery's amazing first year in business. Highlights of our exhibitions, adventures and personalities. Buckle up.
In Benjamin Di Giacomo's BTH, Bradley Theodore brings a splash of signature color to his skeletal mural of Anna Wintour and Karl Lagerfeld.
A lively Arab TV report for Alghad TV about the Art on a Postcard Secret Auction featuring original work by a number of world-renowned artists.
Learn about Caudwell Children and find out why our artists have contributed to the cause. Moving soundtrack generously provided by the Sewell Family.
It is tense and exciting as bidding gets under way at the Caudwell Children auction. The target to reach is £200,000 and a surprise bidder emerges.
In collaboration with the Embassy of Colombia, this exhibition coincided with the State Visit of the President of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos.
It is launch night at Maddox Gallery as we unveil British artist Dan Baldwin's vibrant and eclectic new solo exhibition titled Under The Influence.
A rare glimpse of artist Dan Baldwin painting in his studio as he prepares for his first Maddox Gallery solo exhibition titled Under The Influence.
The launch of Disseverance introduces a vibrant, collaborative exhibition by two exceptionally talented Maddox Gallery artists.
In the world of sports, art, fashion and design, LA rivals any city in the world. Retna represents the arts for LA's Olympic Bid for 2024.
Venture deep into the woods to find Chris Moon hard at work developing his study of Epping Forest for his collaborative show with Robi Walters.
Watch Robi Walters at work as he cuts, smashes, sprays and glues his way to creating captivating art for his collaborative show with Chris Moon.
Dean Fox talks to Cordelia de Freitas about his painting Seraph, his usage of neon lighting and how he developed his technique with oils.
James Nicholls speaks to Massimo Agostinelli, internationally renowned artist, about his collection of distinctive palindrome works.
Robi Walters, who now has a large international following of collectors, talks to James Nicholls about his kaleidoscopic, smashed vinyl record collages.
James Nicholls and Natalie Pulford, an art collector and investor, discuss Illma Gore’s infamous painting of Donald Trump, currently exhibited at Maddox Gallery.
Robi Walters speaks to James Nicholls about the conception and construction of his work; the usage of recycled materials and a definite philosophy.
Lincoln Townley speaks to James Nicholls about his meteoric rise to prominence and he discusses the significance and inspiration behind a painting from his Utopia
Lincoln Townley talks to James Nicholls about his work, from iconic celebrity portraits to the thick, textured paintings of human desires taken to the extreme.
Finn Stone speaks to James Nicholls about his very unusual medium, using actual paintbrushes to create copies of works by well-known artists.
Dean Fox speaks to Cordelia de Freitas about his painting “New Horizons”. He explains his inspiration and the inherent meaning of aspects of the piece.
Kris Cieslak speaks to James Nicholls about his painting “I’ll Miss You.” Chris explains that the painting is an encouragement to leave past mistakes behind.
On Sky News Bran Symondson discusses how his artworks were held at US customs en route to Maddox Gallery's pop up exhibition in Houston, Texas.
News spreads of the ban on Bran Symondson's AK-74 artworks by US Customs. Undeterred, Bran finds a way to showcase his thought-provoking work.
James Nicholls introduces Maddox Gallery work to an influential Texan audience and Bran Symondson makes headlines contending with strict USA customs rules.
The Maddox Gallery team relocate for a fortnight to Houston, Texas with a pop-up exhibition. Staged in the prestigious La Colombe d'Or Hotel ballroom.
Experience the vibrancy of the opening night of Bradley Theodore's Son of The Soil exhibition. Discover why he is taking the art world by storm.
See London through the eyes of Bradley Theodore as he travels around the city in a black cab. Find out more about what inspires him.
Bradley Theodore's work is all about painting the spirit and the soul of individuals. Here he discusses his distinctive portrait of Queen Elizabeth II.
Bradley Theodore adorns the windows of Maddox Gallery with his self-titled "Butter-Skulls". He illustrates the multiple levels of his work.
James Nicholls reflects on the impact of Napoleon Bonaparte on European culture as he reviews Bradley Theodore's portrait of the French Emperor.
Bradley Theodore captures the mystic of Marilyn Monroe in his stunning portrait of the Hollywood screen siren which he reviews with James Nicholls.
The Court of Versailles re-imagined by Bradley Theodore in his iconic painting Marie's Ball... "the ultimate decadence, this is fashion, this is fabulous."
An early work by Bradley Theodore reviewed by James Nicholls. Exquisite use of colour and tone in his depiction of the Maharajah's visit to Paris.
Growing up in New York, Bradley Theodore was an avid skater. Here he discusses the influence of fashion icon Kate Moss on urban streetwear and art.
A magnetic connection of two giants of contemporary fashion - Bradley Theodore's trademark depiction of Anna Wintour and Karl Lagerfeld.
Inspired by a May Ray photograph of Coco Chanel, this archetypal freestyle painting is an explosion of colour and conveys a Bradley Theodore dream-state.
Art and fashion fuses in the form of David Bowie. This Bradley Theodore piece is all about symmetry and entering a world of vibrant colour.
As befits the title of Tyler Shields sumptuous exhibition "Decadence", an alluring and theatrical launch event at Maddox Gallery.
Photographer Tyler Shields talks to James Nicholls about how he created some of his most recent work - notably his exploding Rolls Royce.
Maddox Gallery opens for business on December 3rd 2015 with a dazzling launch party featuring artists, celebrities, clients, family and friends. Unforgettable.
It is the first shot of the day and a magical on-set moment for Tyler Shields as acclaimed ballet dancer Kyle Allen springs into action.
An opulent portrait of Her Highness Marie Antoinette in the Royal Ballroom. A study in stillness. Shot on a traditional large format stills camera.
An unusual vantage point capturing the Queen of Versailles' Ladies in Waiting, all wearing authentic hand-made costumes and wigs.
No-one is ever alone in the Court of Versailles. The heir to the throne woos his princess observed by three enigmatic ladies-in-waiting.
Trapped in a gilded cage, six ladies dance with each other in the most opulent of settings - the infamous Blue Room in the Palace of Versailles.
Tyler Shields creates a modern photographic masterpiece with his Decadence models forbidden to eat the tempting cake that is at their fingertips.
Tyler Shields explains his inspiration for Decadence - a study of the people and fashions in the Court of Versailles in the time of Marie Antoniette.