See all 50 unique works of art from the Cure3 exhibition now

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Author: Geoffrey ChangPublished: 15 February 2017

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You can now view online the 50 pieces of art created by some of the world’s leading contemporary artists – such as Damien Hirst, Grayson Perry and Sarah Lucas – for the Cureart exhibition.

Cure3 is a unique art project that is raising awareness and funds for The Cure Parkinson’s Trust.

The artists were invited to create a piece of art – using three key words for inspiration, particularly relevant to people with Parkinson’s: ‘Slow – Stop – Reverse’ within a bespoke, 20cm3 perspex box, and each one has used approached the medium in different ways. All the art will be on display at a selling exhibition at Bonhams in London, which is open to the public from the 13th–15th March 2017. See the whole collection for yourselves one the Curewebsite.

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