Frieze | Oliver Lee Jackson’s Indeterminate Abstraction

April 16, 2024

Jonathan Griffin

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Oliver Lee Jackson would probably tell you that there is no need for reviews of his exhibitions. No need, in fact, for words at all. He might well argue that his paintings, which live primarily in a zone of non-objective abstraction, but which often approach – and sometimes even entirely breach – its borders, exist outside of language.

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