Zharko Basheski’s Out of…

Out of... Things we are getting into, are exactly what gets us out of...life. Today's way of communication and receiving information is getting us trapped in an endless loop of virtual connections and disconnecting us from the real world, the physical world, the one that...
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“ALMOST ALIVE” HYPERREALISTIC SCULPTURE IN ART

The desire to create the most realistic possible image of mankind is as old as humanity itself, dating back to antiquity. Throughout cultural history, artists have developed techniques to represent the human body as realistically as possible. While illusionistic sculptures from earlier centuries still refer...
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Zharko Basheski at Art Capital, Hungary

Zharko Basheski's next relation was Hungary, Where he was participating at the Art Capital Festival this summer. His latest artwork Ashpyxia was outlined on a big LCD Screen on Danube. He was Expressing his satisfaction and happiness because he was included in such an event,...
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Ferenczy Muzeumi Centrum, Budapest, Hungary “MIG 21”

– Art Capital kiállítás – AES+F | Žarko Bašeski | Marko Brecelj | Bureau d’Etudes | Heather Dewey-Hagborg | Adam Donovan | Metod Frlic | Jusuf Hadžifejzović | Marko Jakše | Jovan Joca Jovanović | Herlinde Koelbl | Aleksandra Kostič | Oleg Kulik | Zbigniew...
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“Asphyxia” Cultural Institution Delavski dom Trbovlje, Slovenia

Žarko Bašeski's work Asphyxia, displayed at the DDT Culture House in Trbovlje, is an intermedia art work created in 2017. His latest, most topical, and most complex sculpture incorporates new media, which broaden the dimensions of artistic perception. The most recent work by this internationally...
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Copenhagen, Arken Museum, GOSH! IS IT ALIVE?

The human body takes over ARKEN with warts and all. 4 February - 6 August 2017 Sweat, freckles, wrinkles, pores and veins. In a ‘lively’ exhibition, 39 human body sculptures by 31 internationally acclaimed artists have taken up residence at ARKEN. The artworks make use...
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