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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ezekiel

Art Exhibition – Cité internationale des arts, Paris

Art Exhibition – Cité internationale des arts, Paris Solo Exhibition Venue: Cité internationale des arts, Paris PROJECT: BEHIND THE LOOK Author: Zarko Basheski Zarko Basheski’s project was presented through three realistic sculptures of Thomas, David and Ezekiel, in less than life size, made of fiberglass,...
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David

WICC IMB WICC EXHIBITION – MALTA

The 2012 Malta International Arts Festival’s visual art exhibition Wicc imb Wicc - images of the self explores personal portraits of and by contemporary artists. The word 'portrait' - as derived from the Latin's portrayer, meaning 'to drag out, expose, reveal'. Wicc imb Wicc aims...
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54th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia

Pavilion of the Republic of Macedonia 54th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia Venue: Palazzo Pesaro Papafava, Venice PROJECT: LEAP Author: Zarko Basheski LEAP Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) is represented by two projects at the 54. International Art Exhibition in Venice– La Biennale...
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Link – KIC, Skopje

Zarko Basheski’s latest exhibition is a step forward in the interpretation of sculpture in Macedonia. At the end of the first decade of the 21st century, the author’s latest investigations are based on the realistic treatment of man in 20th century sculpture in this region...
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Alexander

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 by Zharko Basheski