Unique art exhibition Art for Cure will open its doors to the public this bank holiday weekend, raising vital funds for Breast Cancer Now’s cutting-edge research through its sale of fine art, sculpture and photography. The show, which will include iconic photography and rare artworks, will be held at Glemham Hall, Suffolk from tomorrow until Monday 7 May.
London’s Atlas Gallery will host a pop-up gallery at the event, with limited-edition photography for sale of The Rolling Stones and Jimi Hendrix captured by the internationally renowned Gered Mankowitz, Kate Moss beautifully shot by Arthur Elgort for British Vogue, and a rare photograph of Ernest Shackleton’s Antarctic expedition by Australia photographer Frank Hurley.
The exhibition also will feature iconic and rarely released photography from the estate of iconic fashion and portrait photographer Brian Duffy, such as limited edition photography of David Bowie, Michael Caine, and a self-portrait.
Among the artworks, there will be highly collectable paintings and sculptures for sale by renowned artists, such as Henrietta Dubrey, Maggi Hambling, Michael Speller, Carol Peace and John O’Connor.
Each artwork sold will carry a 50% donation, and each sculpture sold will carry a 30% donation to Art for Cure, which will help fund Breast Cancer Now.