Oh, yes! Maddox Gallery Los Angeles opens with ‘Best of British’ exhibition

Berkeley Bespoke had the pleasure to fly across the ocean to attend an official opening of the Maddox Gallery in Los Angeles

Chris Zylka, Paris Hilton, Petra Ecclestone, Sam Palmer and Jay Rutland

Maddox Gallery, the cutting-edge London based group of galleries, celebrated the opening of Maddox Gallery Los Angeles with a VIP private view to launch the new West Hollywood gallery and its inaugural exhibition ‘Best of British’. The gallery promises to be a new space in the city’s design district dedicated to the experience of art in a luxury environment. Berkeley Bespoke had the pleasure to fly across the ocean to attend an official opening of another gallery in one of the most prestigious locations in the World.

Attendees included: Robert Downey, Jr., Ed Westwick, Eric Dane, Tyler Shields and Francesca Eastwood, Nicole and Larry English, Scott Disick, Sophia Richie, David Hasselhoff, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Jesse Metcalfe, Frankie Delgado, Paris Hilton, Chris Zylka, Mauricio Umansky, Mohamed Hadid, Shiva Sarai, Emily Sears, Perry Ferrell, Petra Ecclestone, Beau Dunn and Max Carver.

The 3,000 square foot bright and airy unit, located at 8811 Beverley Boulevard, oozes British style and sophistication. In a setting with vaulted ceilings and immaculately polished concrete floors, Maddox Gallery LA will officially launch on October 11th 2018 with its debut exhibition ‘Best of British’. The show will display works by Brit blue chip and established artists and rising stars such as Dan Baldwin, Mark Evans, The Connor Brothers, Harland Miller, Banksy, Marc Quinn, Tracey Emin, Damien Hirst, David Yarrow, Russell Young and Grayson Perry.

With Petra Ecclestone at the helm of Maddox Gallery Los Angeles as Creative Director, the sister-in-law of Maddox Gallery Group Creative Director, Jay Rutland, is an LA resident and long-time art collector, and will lead the operation of the gallery alongside her partner, British entrepreneur and Gallery Director, Sam Palmer.

Scott Disick and Sofia Richie

Maddox Gallery Creative Director Jay Rutland comments: “We’ve been overwhelmed by the positive response to our galleries in the UK and in Switzerland since we opened in 2015 and the natural next step for us is North America.”

“We’ve exhibited at a number of US art fairs in the past two years — in Miami, Houston, New York and The Hamptons. The response has been so encouraging. People seemed to love what we were doing. We are passionate about art and promoting our artists. We seek to bring the best art to all people in innovative ways, be that online, digitally, through brand partnerships — such as Bradley Theodore for Puma and David Yarrow and Cara Delevingne for Tag Heuer – or with a physical retail space. Los Angeles has such an exciting, thriving art scene, I cannot wait for Maddox Gallery to be a part of that.”

This will be the sixth space opened by Maddox Gallery in under three years. Launched in London in December 2015, the brand’s portfolio has rapidly expanded to include three Mayfair spaces, a 4,000 square foot gallery on Westbourne Grove and its first European outpost in the luxury Alpine ski resort of Gstaad.

Larry English, Nicole Williams, Frankie Delgado and Petra Ecclestone

 

MADDOX GALLERY

8811 Beverly Boulevard,

West Hollywood, CA90048