Bonhams supports The Cure Parkinson’s Trust

More than 50 artists have created artworks inside Perspex boxes to raise money for the charity

‘Returning’ (2016) by Rob and Nick Carter

Bonhams has joined forces with Artwise and the David Ross Foundation to launch Cure3, a new annual art project to raise money for The Cure Parkinson’s Trust, whose research aims to find a cure for Parkinson’s disease. The project has seen 53 internationally renowned artists create unique artworks inside a bespoke Perspex box measuring 20 centimetres cubed.

Conrad Shawcross’ sculptural metallic design, Polly Morgan’s taxidermy creation and Rob and Nick Carter’s whimsical box of butterflies are among the highly collectable artworks in the exhibition, with other artists in the high-profile line-up including Damien Hirst, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Rose Wylie and Yinka Shonibare. Scroll down to see a few highlights in the sale, profits from which will go to the charity.

‘Weirdness Work No 17’ (2017) by Jake and Dinos Chapman

‘Untitled’ (2016) by Conrad Shawcross

‘Incinerate Me’ (2017) by Damien Hirst. Copyright Damien Hirst and Science Ltd/DACS 2017

‘Something Like This’ (2016) by Polly Morgan

The selling exhibition runs from 13 to 15 March at Bonhams, 101 New Bond Street, London W1 and online at www.cure3.co.uk. All of the money raised will go to The Cure Parkinson's Trust.

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