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1 December 2017 to 28 February 2017
Link Gallery at the John Radcliffe Hospital
HemingwayArt
Behind the scenes of a contemporary art gallery
In the small village of Cassington, just behind the church, you can find one of Oxfordshire’s leading contemporary art galleries. It’s a project of love and dedication run by Sue and John Hemingway from their home. This exhibition gives you a peek behind the scenes of how this operation runs and introduces some of the gallery’s artists.

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New exhibition at the Link Gallery
Ten by Four
Photographs by Darrell Godliman, Alexander Gordón, Karen Morecroft, and Howard Stanbury

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And again: A very nice article about "A place - a thought" in the Oxford Mail.http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/…/15338460.Physiologist_who_sw…/

AS a physiologist, Uwe Ackermann spent his career studying the human heart.
oxfordmail.co.uk

New exhibition at the Link Gallery.
A Place - A Thought
Photographies by Uwe Ackermann
1 June to 31 August 2017

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Got a nice article in Oxford Mail about the current exhibition at the Link Gallery
http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/…/15165397.Human_relationships…/

A NEW exhibition exploring sculptures of abstract forms has opened at The Link Gallery at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.
oxfordmail.co.uk

New exhibition at the Link Gallery
26 Feb to 31 May

Sculptures by Beatrice Hofman

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Nice article about the current exhibition in Oxford Times: http://www.oxfordtimes.co.uk/…/14969283.From_the_courtroom…/

AS A BARRISTER, Rob Farrands got used to switching his own perspective to see things from another point of view.
oxfordtimes.co.uk

New Exhibition at the Link Gallery:

Rivers of Life: Photographs by Rob Farrands
1 December 2016 to 28 February 2017

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Rob Farrands, a photographer based in Oxford, shows street photographs taken in cities such as Boston, Toronto and Trieste alongside images featuring the Thames as it flows through Oxford. What connects these two series is the deliberate attention paid to reflections, shadows and curious moments. The idea is to emphasise these naturally occurring features in order to disrupt familiar perspectives, open up fresh ways of seeing and suggest new lines of inquiry.

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New exhibition at the Link Gallery
"NUBIAN ECHOES"
Photographs by Pierre Petitet
1 September to 30 November 2016
Pierre Petitet was born in France and lives in Oxford, working as a researcher in neuroscience at the John Radcliffe Hospital. This photographic work was developed in the context of a fundraising for Nubian schools in December 2015.

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"When I think about the Nubians, it is their eyes that I can picture the most – these two deep black pearls that seem to be looking straight at your soul. This series of portraits is a tribute to the beauty and the joy of living of the people I have met in the schools, houses and streets of Aswan and Karkar, South of Egypt. Adult mischief echoes with childish solemnity to invite the viewer to search for a common nature across all these people."

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Just mounted the new exhibition at the Link Gallery in the JRH
*FRAGMENTS*
Photographs by Simon Murison-Bowie
1 June to 30 August 2016
A collection of black and white photographs that seeks to capture fleeting images, glimpses out of the corner of one’s eye. This particular series was made, literally, shooting from the hip, not looking through the viewfinder, inevitably and obviously a hit-and-miss affair.

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As dark as a Feather
New Exhibition at Link Gallery / John Radcliffe Hospital Oxford
Photograms and Mixed Media
by Martin Barfoot
29 March to 30 May 2016

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Martin Barfoot is an artist living in Oxford, who studied Fine
Art at Oxford Brookes University. In his exhibition he created
photograms with feathers. The results are images of an
organic beauty, but also with an almost forensic quality.
The display of these large scale pictures is interspersed with
poems and scientific information – all about feathers.

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The Roles We Play
New Exhibition at Link Gallery / John Radcliffe Hospital Oxford
Photographs by Eva Sajovic
15 November 2015 to 14 Februry 2016

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20 portraits by Eva Sajovic explore the roles played by those living in poverty within their families, communities and society at large.The aim is to highlight their efforts, recognise their contribution and challenge the negative attitudes often held towards vulnerable and excluded families in the UK. To accompany the exhibition, those appearing in the photographs have written short texts to explain their lives, their hopes and their place in society as seen through their own eyes.

The exhibition is organised by ATD Fourth World, an anti-poverty non-profit organisation with over 40 years experience of tackling inequality and promoting social justice in the UK.
'The Roles People play” is a touring exhibition which is accompagnied by a book.

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Nice article in Oxford Mail about Peter David Grant's exhibition at the Link Gallery.
http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/…/13789214.Snapper_engineers_a…/

AN AMATEUR photographer hopes a new exhibition of his works will inspire people to see behind the scenes of some of Oxford’s best-known…
oxfordmail.co.uk

An 'Unseen Oxford' is an ongoing documentary photography
project by Peter David Grant. It aims to look behind the scenes,
and find people and activities which most residents and visitors wouldn’t notice or realise they were there.
Follow him and have a peak in the violin shop, have a pint with the Drunken Knitwits, the best knitting club in Oxford (so they say), or join the hard working teams at the Oxford Bus Company and the Oxford Rail Station.

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Sep 1, 2015 - Nov 30, 2015Photographs by Peter David Grant at the John Radcliffe Hospital
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A splendid new exhibition is up at the Link Gallery (John Radcliffe Hospital, corridor between car park 1 and main building)

An Unseen Oxford
Photographs by Peter David Grant
1 September to 29 November 2015...
An 'Unseen Oxford' is an ongoing documentary photography
project by Peter David Grant. It aims to look behind the scenes,
and find people and activities which most residents and visitors wouldn’t notice or realise they were there.
Follow him and have a peak in the violin shop, have a pint with the Drunken Knitwits, the best knitting club in Oxford (so they say), or join the hard working teams at the Oxford Bus Company and the Oxford Rail Station.

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Have you visited Jacqueline McLaurin's exhibition yet? People who did left wonderful comments: "Beautiful and clever." "Relaxing, stimulating ... and difficult." "Brilliant and excellent."
The exhibition runs until 15 August 2015.

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GREEN!
Exhibition by Jacqueline McLaurin opened today at the Link Gallery (John Radcliffe Hospital).
14 May to 14 August 2015

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