Last guided tour / Activating Receptors, Žarko Bašeski
18.03.2017 17:00
Valvasorjeva 40, Maribor

You are kindly welcome to attend the last guided tour of the exhibition Activating Receptors on Saturday, 3 June 2017 at 5 p. m., with the curator of the exhibited works Peter Tomaž Dobrila. The exhibition is on display at KIBLA PORTAL (Valvasorjeva Street 40, Maribor).

A consistent creative path has brought Žarko Bašeski to a top position in the world of art. When after years of abstract sculpting and installations his sculptures became more and more figural in form, at a certain point he found himself closer to purely realist depictions, which, however, were charged with an additional quality. His figures and their faces oozed character; they extended the domain of reality, and the poses and grimaces crossed over the realistic sphere. Quite naturally, it seems, this was followed by a transformation in terms of materials, as he moved from wood, metal, and stone to polyester, and decided to continue with hyperrealistic sculpting.
Since then, his path has been constantly rising, and one of the stops on this way was his representation of Macedonia at the Venice Biennial in 2011. After that, it was hard for him to keep up with all the exhibition invitations he had received from galleries around the world. He has been exhibiting across America and Europe; in Mexico, New York, Paris, Bilbao, Prague, Riga, Berlin, Nürnberg, Malta and Italy, while his first appearance in Slovenia was part of the group exhibition MIG 2 – the international interdisciplinary movement, in 2016.

Žarko Bašeski
Activating Receptors
17 March – 3 June 2017
KIBLA PORTAL, Maribor, Slovenia

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