Love is Enough: Andy Warhol and William Morris was a visual art exhibition curated by Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller, that brings together two of the most celebrated artists of the last two centuries. The exhibition explores the importance of culture in everyday life through artworks which were designed to reach many millions of people.
The National Lottery funded the production of the exhibition and its tour from Oxford to Birmingham. This involved bringing together a selection of incredibly rare works from USA, Europe and the UK by both Warhol and Morris, including some of their most iconic works never before shown in the UK. The exhibition design and layout was developed to be as eye catching and engaging as possible to draw in a broad range of audiences and captivate them for long periods of time. The exhibition also offered a very high number of Public Programme events such as talks, workshops, educational packs and craft / design demonstrations which people can get directly involved in.
The project benefitted a number of communities, increasing the number of people experiencing art and culture in Oxford. Love Is Enough received a huge audience in excess of 65,000, with a wide demographic including many elderly and young people.