Faceless by Coco Dávez

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Faceless by Coco Dávez

Colourful characters have been given an even more colourful makeover in a new exhibition at the Maddox Gallery. 

The work of Coco Dávez appears at first glance like a giant game of Guess Who, with larger than life portraits of A-listers all with no faces.

Through silhouettes and specific details, the artist captures the figures however she told us the method actually came form a mistake in the workroom.

The exhibition is on at the Maddox Gallery in Westbourne Grove until the end of May.

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