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2018 Exhibition

25 - 28 October 2018


25-28th October 2018

Bonhams, 101 New Bond Street, London W1S 1SR


for The Cure Parkinson's Trust,

curated by Susie Allen & Laura Culpan, Artwise,

in Partnership with Bonhams,

supported by Next PLC, 

with the kind support of Julia and Hans Rausing



Alice Anderson, Ron Arad, Miranda Argyle, Barnaby Barford, Rana Begum, Tony Bevan, Peter Blake, Rob and Nick Carter, Daniel Chadwick, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Gordon Cheung, Mat Collishaw, Adam Dant, Pablo de Laborde Lascaris, Adeline de Monseignat, Bouke de Vries, Edmund de Waal, Diana Edmunds, Abigail Fallis, Knopp Ferro, Laura Ford, Andy Goldsworthy, Lothar Götz, Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva, Hassan Hajjaj, Nigel Hall, Alex Hartley, Carmen Herrera, Nick Hornby, Paul Huxley, Alison Jackson, Vanessa Jackson, Tess Jaray, Ben Johnson, Anish Kapoor, Idris Khan, Phillip King, Helen Kirwan-Taylor, Tania Kovats, Brigitte Kowanz, Chris Levine, Andrew Logan, Andrew McIntosh (Mackie), Susie MacMurray, Elizabeth Magill, John Maine, Helen Marten, Harland Miller, Claire Morgan, Mariko Mori, Annie Morris, Humphrey Ocean, Angela Palmer, Florence Peake, Simon Periton, Julian Perry, Thomas J Price, Stephanie Quayle, Saad Qureshi, Danny Rolph, Andrew Sabin, Nina Saunders, Conrad Shawcross, Anj Smith, Dillwyn Smith, Amy Stephens, Sinta Tantra, Troika, Gavin Turk, Charlotte Verity, and Jonathan Yeo.



Spencer de Grey (Foster+Partners), Piers Gough (CZWG Architects), Nicholas Grimshaw (Grimshaw Architects), Ivan Harbour (Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners), Michael Hopkins (Hopkins Architects), Alex Lifschutz (Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands), Maha Kutay + Woody Yao (Zaha Hadid Studio), Alfred Munkenbeck (Munkenbeck + Partners), John Pawson, Chris Wilkinson (Wilkinson Eyre Architects), and Chris Williamson (Weston Williamson + Partners).


"We are delighted that once again, the money raised from this wonderful event will be directed to funding clinical trials on treatments that have the potential to slow, stop, or reverse the progression of Parkinson's. We would like to thank everyone who contributed to the enormous success of last year’s event and we hope that this project will become established as annual event."

Helen Matthews, Deputy CEO, The Cure Parkinson's Trust


A diagnosis of Parkinson’s is life changing. It impacts every aspect of a person’s life - physically, mentally, behaviourally, and emotionally. Over 145,000 people in the UK are currently affected by Parkinson’s and 10 million people worldwide. We urgently need to find new treatments and events such as Cure3 are central to raising the funds needed to support our research and to raising awareness of the real impact of this terrible condition on people’s lives.


"Cure3 2018 is part of Tom Isaacs' legacy and is a tribute to his ability to inspire others to help find a cure. We at The Cure Parkinson’s Trust are excited to continue to be involved in this innovative partnership that uses art as a medium to help raise funds and awareness for Parkinson’s."

Lyndsey Isaacs, Trustee, The Cure Parkinson’s Trust



Format of Selling Exhibition

Please note that this is not an auction, each art work will be individually priced by the artist/architect and sold at this fixed price during the four-day exhibition and for a limited period following the exhibition online here. All the proceeds will go directly to The Cure Parkinson’s Trust, to fund research to slow, stop or reverse Parkinson’s disease.