Oxford-based artist John Goto turns his attention to the city’s turbulent past in his latest exhibition. Prompted by John Betjeman’s stereotyped view of town and gown in An Oxford University Chest (1938), Goto offers a divergent account of the locale and its people during the nineteen-thirties, in his series of photo-digital artworks.

“ A picture of the city began to emerge with which I could identify, where people of good will, whatever their social status, could work together for social justice against the powerful and privileged interests of the few.”read the full piece about the exhibition by John Goto in Photomonitor.