Zharko Basheski, born in 1957 in Prilep, is a Macedonian sculptor and professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Skopje.
His point of view in his work is human-oriented. Hence the interest of a hyper realistic approach in shaping the concept of the work, which in the theoretical projection goes beyond hyper realism. Talk about life and the world we live in.
The human condition.
In his work, there are several elements that are new to the world of sculpture and which make his latest work different. The concept, contemporary visions of the human condition through self-observation. The technical production and the use of new materials (polyester resin, poly marble, silicone, natural hair), the hyper-realistic treatment, the size of the work, the philosophical approach – which, united in one, offer a multi-layered reading Artwork.
Faculty of Fine Arts.
Currently a member of the National Accreditation and Assessment Council, UKIM Senate and Inter-University Conference. From 1999 to 2009, he headed the Department of Sculpture at the Faculty of Fine Arts. His work has been presented in several international exhibitions. He has been the recipient of numerous awards. Much of his work can be found in private collections in the country and abroad.