Art, fashion and science unite at Cure³, a selling exhibition curated by Artwise and hosted in partnership with Bonhams to raise awareness and funds for Cure Parkinson’s.

Cure³ is a unique exhibition devised in association with Bonhams and Susie Allen and Laura Culpan from Artwise, to raise awareness and funds for vital research into a cure for Parkinson’s. The three editions of the event have now raised over £1 million (net).

We are incredibly grateful to all the international artists and fashion designers including Do Ho Suh, Chantal Joffe and Conrad Shawcross and famous names from the world of fashion, including Giles Deacon and Roksanda Ilinčić, who have generously donated their time and their talent come together and support Cure Parkinson’s over the three editions of Cure³, each having been invited to create a unique artwork using a bespoke, Perspex box of 20cm3. The cube can be used in any way the artist chooses; as a frame, a support or to contain. The ‘cube’ concept was born out of a description by Cure Parkinson’s late co-founder and President Tom Isaacs, who was incredibly passionate about the inaugural Cure3, of living with Parkinson’s as feeling like ‘being boxed in.’

Cure Parkinson’s would like to thank all of the guests and sponsors who have attended and supported this fabulous event for their support and generosity.

For ticket and sponsorship enquiries please contact us on 020 7487 3892 or email leanne@cureparkinsons.org.uk.

Thank You!

Cure Parkinson’s would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has attended and supported this wonderful event, which has now raised over £1 million for Parkinson’s research.

At this time of financial, social and medical uncertainty, Cure Parkinson’s is very grateful to Artwise, Bonhams, the Cure3 committee and of course the incredible artists for their commitment to ensure this event goes ahead. We are proud to have been a fundamental part of Cure3 since its outset in 2017: the awareness it has created in the charity and our cause is impressive, and the funds raised for cutting-edge research make a huge difference in our mission to cure Parkinson’s.

Will Cook, Cure Parkinson’s CEO