Crucifixion

Crucifixion

The sculpture Crucifixion is perhaps only the end of a story
of this chapter in the art legacy of Basheski. This scene depicts
a man in a pose of crucifixion, but upside down, as
the scene of the crucifixion of St. Peter. Following the life
path of this saint, in hyperbolic manner Basheski conveys
the human conditions of daily crucifixion in the name of
truth, offering also elements of self-denial and self-sacrifice
as a path to a fair reward because where is death, there is life
(resurrection).