Me, My Brain & I - Piccadilly Lights & Christie's

A group of world-class artists including LUAP, Tracey Emin, David Bailey and D*Face have come together to contribute to Me, My Brain and I, a collection of brain sculptures to be auctioned off with all proceeds going to Parkinson’s UK.

World-renowned international artists have come together to contribute work to Me, My Brain and I an exciting series of brain sculptures to be exhibited and auctioned in aid of Parkinson’s UK, Auction Collective and Christie’s.

The auction will take place 14 December 2022 and be live streamed via The Auction Collective, where the viewing room can be accessed from October. All money raised will go towards Parkinson’s UK’s vital work into new treatments and a cure. The Me, My Brain and I exhibition will run at Koppel X in Central London Friday 28 to Sunday 30 October and will be the first time the sculptures are shown publicly . Alongside works by David Bailey, Rob and Nick Carter, D*Face, Alex Echo, Tracey Emin, Abigail Fallis, Hayden Kays, Dion Kitson, LUAP, Schoony, Conrad Shawcross, Gavin Turk, Nick Veasey, included will be a new work painted live on the opening night by the artist Geoff Uglow.

The Artworks were featured on Picadilly Lights in central London to help raise awareness of the campaign. “Me, My Brain and I invites us all to consider our own brain, to visualise it as the source of all the things that make us ‘us’. Our brains curate our lives, on the one hand, acting as unique libraries, holding memories, experiences and skills, while on the other powering supercomputer-powered curiosity, creativity and innovation.