The museum's first crowd-sourced exhibition featuring everyday objects, historic artefacts and works of art inspired by love.
Members of the public were asked to submit their own love-themed objects alongside testimonies of what the piece meant to them. Thirty were selected for display alongside items from the museum's Judaica collection. The full range of items is drawn from across the globe and incorporates numerous religious and cultural traditions.
Love marks the first in a series of three crowd-sourced exhibitions in 2015 produced in collaboration with the Cultural Institute at King’s College London.