KIBLA PORTAL in Maribor will present a major exhibition of works by Zarko Basheski. This is the first exhibition of hyper-realistic sculptures in Slovenia.
Read more!
Based on a selection of around 30 hyperrealistic sculptures by 24 pioneering international artists the exhibition shall display the development of the human figure in hyperrealistic sculpture during the last 50 years.
Read more!
MIG 21, an international art exhibition on the topic of migrations, opening on 7 October 2016 at 7 p. m. at KIBLA PORTAL, proposes an entirely humanist response to a clearly political question, thus connecting 50 exhibiting artists from Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia Herzegovina, Serbia, Macedonia, France, Germany, Russia, Poland, the Czech Republic, Japan, USA, Mexico, Canada and Australia.
Read more!
"La petite mort" ("little death" orgasm, but may refer to the dream and the depths of subconsciousness, the collective unconscious, the state of trance, ecstasy and hallucination) is a project that aims at exploring the border states of mind. Exploring means stepping into the realms beyond the limits where only the spirit can go where (and when) the body no longer exists, it is repressed or forgotten, and the spirit wanders freely (in the transcendental spheres ...) and landscapes that are inaccessible to the mind and where the body rules (the body has its own nature and its own laws that are not laws of the spirit as it has its own memories).
In the choice of the timeless theme - man and the several points that emerge as key: the psychological moment, life and creation, Zarko Basheski’s new works integrate the concept and execution, the idea and the technical implementation. The multiple layers in his artworks can be found in the new way of seeing and confronting sculptures; in the complexes of possible symbolic readings, but also in the re-defining of realism in art and in the return to the reflection on the phenomena of the human figure.
Read more!
Based on a selection of around 30 hyperrealistic sculptures by 24 pioneering international artists the exhibition shall display the development of the human figure in hyperrealistic sculpture during the last 50 years.
Read more!
Zarko Basheski will be part of the “Brave New World” exhibition at the DOX Centre for Contemporary Art in Prague. We will keep you posted due some more information regards the exhibition.
Read more!
Zarko Basheski is taking part of an international contemporary art exhibition called "My Heart Is a Tiger" at the Art Station Dubulti in Riga. The exhibition will be on display until 15 September 2015. See you in Riga!
Read more!
Exhibition of sculptures at Galerie Helene Nougaro in Paris, including words from Hélène Nougaro, Jean-Marc Natel and Jordan Plevnes. The opening of the exhibition is scheduled for 29 January 2015 and the work will be displayed until 21 February 2015.
Read more!
National Museum of Montenegro “Art Gallery Dado Đurić” in Cetinje is pleased to present Behind the Look, a solo exhibition of sculptures by Zarko Basheski. Please join us on Friday November 14th at 19h CET for the Exhibition opening and to meet the artist.
Read more!

Transformation Exhibition, Art Gallery “Paris/Moskva” - Sofia, Bulgaria


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 at presenting self representations by ten local and international artists that raise general questions of identity within social, historical and gender-related contexts. How do artist's represent themselves in relation to their social environment, how do they view themselves intimately, are their gestures and attitudes revealing or concealing their identity, and do the specific techniques or processes employed offer a more complete picture of their being? The unusual freedom offered to the artist by the dual roles of subject and creator allows the viewer a unique opportunity to see the artist represented in their own terms. All artworks have never been shown in Malta with most of the artists creating new works specifically for the exhibition.
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 di Venezia. One of them is the installation LEAP, which […]
Read more!
“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 and wider from its beginnings in the social, historic, cultural […]
Read more!
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 the sculpture-portrait is also captured within the limits and determination […]
Read more!
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 commander Alexander the Great. His portraits, always differently combined and […]
Read more!
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 is accompanied with sounds to encircle the holistic […]
Read more!
“The small construction in dimension contains in itself the huge world. Its arch spreads itself like the celestial, sphere without columns, rolled and closed…” Syrian hymn from the 6th century dedicated to the temple in Edessa. The roots of the authenticity of any contemporary cultural entity are most often looked for in the tradition. Generated from […]
Read more!
Sculptures – Temple, Year: 1998, Museum of Contemporary Art – Skopje The description of the temple, known in the Byzantine literature as ecphrazis, comprehends permanent movement, of the eye, its permanent transfer from one to another architectonic element where the temple’s harmony and beauty is fully attained. The beauty of the temple’s space is not […]
Read more!
The author is in search of a plastic expression which is purely elementary: on the surface and in the mass of geometrical blocks he cuts regular linesa and measured distortions; he shells the form to discover its inner contents, creating a sharply shaped relief in the interplay between smooth and rough textures. The two or three blocks of marble, placed either vertically or horizontally, in their simplified rhythams or architectural qualities, render the measure of his feeling of space. […]
Read more!