Covering the “Ojai Invitational 2017: California Space & Light” writer Shana Nys Dambrot begins “Kelly Berg, Brad Howe, Andy Moses, and Jennifer Wolf as artists have a lot in common, and also claim a great many points of divergence. But between them, they tend to the legacy of modern Southern California abstraction, and especially the aspects of its practice that were nurtured on the region’s rich landscape traditions. Josef Albers once said, “Abstraction is real, probably more real than nature,” and he might have been speaking straight to the work of these four artists — whose works are assembled for The Ojai Invitational 2017 edition, California Space & Light.”

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