Leading artists donate works for The Cure Parkinson’s Trust

Ron Arad, Peter Blake and Anish Kapoor are among the artists who have created unique pieces to help fund new research

WET by Ron Arad
WET by Ron Arad | Image: © Ron Arad Studio. Joseph Warren

Being “boxed in” is how the late Tom Isaacs, co-founder of The Cure Parkinson’s Trust, described living with the neurological disease that affects 10 million people. And the idea of being trapped in a box was the inspiration for his Cure³ project last year that saw leading artists and architects each transform a 20cm cubed glass box into a work of art to be sold in aid of the trust. More than £300,000 was raised, and this year, in association with Bonhams and Artwise, the exhibition returns with works by, among others, Ron Arad, Peter Blake, John Pawson, Edmund de Waal and Anish Kapoor going on display to the public from October 26 to 28 at Bonhams London (private view on October 25). The works will be on sale from 8am on October 26 at cure3.co.uk and all profits will fund research into new treatments for Parkinson’s.


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