Cure Parkinson’s, in association with Bonhams and Artwise, is delighted to announce that the 2023 acclaimed selling art exhibition Cure3 has raised almost £700,000 making this the most successful edition of the project so far. All profits will go directly to support Cure Parkinson’s vital work.

96 artists supported Cure3 2023, creating an incredible array of original artworks from the traditional Cure3 format of art created in or on 20cm3 perspex boxes, to the new addition of 20×20 cm 2D works and specially commissioned NFTs. Prices for artworks ranged from £500 to £80,000 and sales were particularly brisk for the preview event, co-hosted by Cure3 ambassador Tim Marlow. Works by artists including Tracey Emin, Hurvin Anderson, Mona Hatoum, Annie Morris and Frank Bowling were snapped up by international collectors in the opening hours, with sales remaining strong throughout the run of the exhibition.

The crypto art exhibition of Cure3, curated by Foteini Valeonti and Alex Estorick, was a huge success and generated funds in excess of £240,000 from the sale of NFTs by seven generative artists.

It has been a privilege to be involved in Cure3 this year. The generosity of spirit and the commitment of all involved is remarkable, above all the contributions of the artists. The record-breaking sale of works and fund-raising will clearly make a significant impact in the search for a cure for Parkinson’s.”

Tim Marlow, Cure3 ambassador

Cure3 has become an eagerly anticipated art world event. With four critically acclaimed editions since 2017, to date Cure3 has raised in excess of £1.9 million and has reached an estimated global audience in excess of 4.3 billion including broadcast features this year on SKY News, BBC News and GB News.

Cure3 is only possible because of the generosity, energy and passion of a large number of people.  We are especially grateful to our wonderful organising committee and its chair, Charles Kirwan-Taylor, for delivering another spectacular event and securing the kind support of the RKT Charitable Trust and the CHK Foundation. The amazing Artwise Curators, Laura Culpan and Susie Allen, who succeed in making this project bigger, better and even fresher each time! Thank you also to Harvey Cammell, and Bonhams, who so generously make available the beautiful New Bond Street gallery that houses our cubes for the exhibition. And of course, a massive thank you to all the contributing artists: we are inspired by you all.

Cure3 is having a large impact on our progress, generating over £1.9 million since the first event in 2017. The funds raised are helping us to support ground-breaking research with the potential to slow, stop or reverse the progression of Parkinson’s, giving hope to the 10 million people globally living with the condition.”

Will Cook, CEO, Cure Parkinson’s

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