Zharko Basheski


Born 1957 in Prilep, Macedonia, I currently work as a sculptor and professor on Faculty of Fine Arts in Skopje.

The interest in my work are turned towards the human, hence the interest in hyperrealistic approach in shaping the concept of the work, which in the theoretical projection exceeds hyperrealism, talks about life and the world in which we live.


Skopje, Macedonia






2016 Sv. Kliment Ohridski
2015 Metodija Satorov Sarlo, first prize
2012 Kuzman Josifofski Pity, Public Competition of the City of Skopje, First Prize
2011 I Award Macedonian National Theater, Sculptures of Petre Prlicko, Meri Boskova and Todorce Nikolovski
2011 “13 November 2011” Award of Merit for the City of Prilep
2011 Part of Kuzman Josifovski Pitu, Public Competition of the City of Prilep, First Prize
2011 Gjorce Petrov Public Competition of the City of Prilep, First Prize
2010 I Award, Three Muses, colonnade Center of Skopje
2008 II Interpretative Award on the Competition for Monument of St. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje
2008 III Award on the International Competition for horseman, Philip II Skopje
2008 I Interpretative Award on the International Competition for Horseman sculptures of Goce Delcev and Dame Gruev, Macedonia Square, Skopje
2008 III Award, Water fountain with Sculpture of Philip II, Skopje
2007 III Award on the international Competition for horseman sculpture and water fountain of Alexander the Great, Skopje
2004 DLUM Annual Award “Nerezi Masters”, Museum of the City of Skopje
1998 DLUM Annual Award “Nerezi Masters”, Art Gallery, Skopje
1993 DLUM Annual Award “Small Plastic”, Art Gallery, Skopje
Zharko Basheski Client: Galleries and Museums Title: Hyperrealism

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