Brad Pitt exhibits his facet as a sculptor in Finland with his first exhibition

Brad Pitt has debuted as a sculptor in a joint exhibition with the Australian musician Nick Cave and the British artist Thomas Houseago in the Sara Hilden Art Museum from the city of Tampere (Finland).

The actor himself was present at the exhibition opening together with Cave and Houseago, in a totally unexpected visit to the Nordic country, since the museum had kept its involvement a secret until the last moment.

During the exhibition’s premiere, Pitt pointed out to the local media that art consists of being honest in the face of life and admitted that has reflected on the failure of human relations.

“I made a radical inventory of myself and I have thought about the damage I have done to others and the times when I have been wrong,” he told Finnish television YLE.

Among the exhibited works stands out House A Go Gothe first creation of the Hollywood actor, who began to dedicate himself to sculpture after his divorce from Angelina Jolie in 2017.

It is a miniature house made of wooden blocks discarded pieces that Pitt picked up from the floor in the study that his friend Houseago has in The Angels.

The actor’s other jobs include a molded drywall depicting a narrative scene of a gunfight and a cast bronze coffin from which parts of the human body protrude trying to free themselves from their confinement.

There are also several clear silicone sculptures in the shape of a house with bullet impacts of different calibers, in which the trajectory of the projectiles can be seen, “freezing their destructive movement,” according to the museum in a statement.


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