Link Gallery - John Radcliffe Hospital Oxford


One quiet night on Magdalen Bridge

Photographs by Jonathan Moss

1 July to 15 September 2014

“One quiet night on Magdalen Bridge” is a series of photographs made especially for the exhibition at the Link Gallery. Magdalen Bridge is a microcosm of Oxford at night and, surprisingly, is not at all quiet. But, like a De Chirico painting seemingly devoid of people, the photos share an air of mystery. Through a series of long exposures, at first glance, the only signs of life are transitory car lights; looking deeper though, occasionally the scenes are populated by vague suggestions of human forms.




An installation by Ann Rapstoff and Vicky Virgou

1 April to 30 June 2014

The current installation displays research from four locations, including Iffley Lock, Hacca’s Brook, Letcombe Bassett and Ewelme. Using the gallery as a space of movement between places, the artists have developed an installation, which reflects the journey of a river. Images are presented in circular form, linked playfully through the chemical formula of the H2O symbol.

Artists Ann Rapstoff and Vicky Vergou have been working together for the last two years on the theme of water. Their collaboration explores the elemental nature of water, its properties, light, movement and sound. The project revolves around the chalk streams and rivers of Oxfordshire.


Oxford Photographic Society

An exhibition by 31 members of the OPS

3 January to 31 March 2014

Flowers, wild birds, travel images, street photography, and a 360 degree view from Oxford highest point ... this is an entertaining and stunning exhibition.



Photographies by Keith Barnes

Link Gallery at the John Radcliffe Hospital
1 October to 31 December 2013


Keith Barnes is the  founder of Photographers Workshop and Oxford School of Photography. In this exhibition he shares some of his private photos that he took while travelling through Laos and Syria.



Photos and Poems by Giles Watson and Nick Owen

3 July to 31 September 2013



Paintings and Photography by Christine O'Sullivan and Pip McAllister

1 April to 31 Juni
Link Gallery at John Radcliffe Hospital


Have a look at the works by those two artists – both based in Oxfordshire - and you encounter strong colours. For this exhibition at the Link Gallery they gave us some examples of their work and allowed a glimpse into their studios.

Pip McAllister captures colours on her travels: Kaftans on a washing line in Marocco, balloons flying over the roofs of a Spanish village, and clogs displayed in a Dutch shop.

Christine O’Sullivan’s work takes pure abstraction into the world around us as she delights us with her vibrant use of colour and stimulates us with simplification of form.