Exhibition combining the works of 20th-century American Pop artist Andy Warhol and 19th-century English textile designer William Morris.
The show is curated by Turner Prize-winning London artist Jeremy Deller who draws a number of interesting parallels between Warhol and Morris, who both established printmaking businesses, embraced mass production, and redefined the relationship between the studio and factory.
The exhibition includes works, some rarely seen, on loan from public and private collections in Britain and America. Highlights include the Holy Grail tapestry series completed by Morris in 1896, and a selection of Warhol’s silkscreens and archival material from the Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh.
Tues-Wed 10.00-17.00. Thur-Sat 10.00-22.00. Sun 12.00-17.00