A Look Inside Mark Whalen's "Ramble Ramble" Exhibition

Presenting totemic sculptures in fluid forms.

By HB Team
Arts
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This past weekend, Australian artist Mark Whalen kicked off his latest solo exhibition entitled “Ramble Ramble” at Over The Influence in Los Angeles. The presentation features a fresh series of sculptures and wall reliefs that portray Whalen’s bold human-like subjects in fluid forms. The totemic artworks measure in various sizes, with several displayed atop concrete structures inside the gallery space.

“A ramble is a journey with a kind of meta-destination, a route without any particular goal except the adventure of forward motion. For artist Mark Whalen, it’s the perfect analogy for his recent studio practices and arrival at this body of fresh sculptural forms for wall and floor,” said the gallery in a statement.

View select works above. “Ramble Ramble” is on view at OTI Los Angeles until May 26.

For more standout art shows, view final installation images of REVOK’s new show at Detroit’s Library Street Collective.

Over The Influence Los Angeles
833 East 3rd Street
Los Angeles CA

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