Žarko Bašeski’s latest work Asphyxia (sculpture; silicon, nylon, natural hair; 200 x 180 x 160 cm), is a powerful symbol of man’s existential condition in the modern world. This work can be understood as a desperate cry of the mankind, dying in a suicidal agony....
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Ordinary Human Exhibition – National Gallery Cifte Amam

In the early 90s of the last century, Zarko Baseski seriously imposed himself through his exhibitions in Macedonia and in the years that followed in Europe through his new explorative consideration in the field of plastic sculptural expression. His initial works in context of free...
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Bunsen Goetz Galerie, Nürnberg

Always happy, active and good-looking, as if coming from a cosmetics catalogue – this is how movies and television, yellow pages and advertisements, picture us humans. With his hyper-realistic plastic artworks, the Macedonian sculptor Žarko Bašeski allows us to see that this ideal presentation of...
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At the beginning of this century, when rushing towards the New and Unknown, we finally reached the line where our world ends; when the end of History was announced and the colossal ruins of Religion, Philosophy and Art were left behind, when the time of...
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Gallery MC, New York 2010

The artwork is comprised of a projection of a computer animation over a canvas in order to reach three-dimensionality. The animation consists of lines that in a certain period of time shape the image of a person with a tendency of out-of-time appearance. The projection...
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Gallery MC, New York 2005

The discourse of Zarko Basheski’s sculptures is based primarily on quotations and a direct dialogue with classical tradition. His exhibits, both in terms of their format and number, are only a small segment of a series of monumental painted heads dedicated to the legendary military...
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REFLECTION AS A DYNAMIC CONNECTION OF THE PAST AND PRESENT The sculpture usually separates the space to the one conquered by it, and belongs to its volume (the material, dimensions, form and treatment), and the rest is the remaining space around it. The space of...
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Alexander Zharko Basheski