Brad Pitt made his debut as a sculptor at the Lakeside Art Museum in Finland.
The 58-year-old actor unveiled nine of his sculptures at the weekend at the Sarah Hilden Art Museum as part of a major exhibition by British artist Thomas Housego and a ceramic series by Australian musician Nick Cave.
“It was a new world for Nick and me and our first foray. It feels right,” Pitt told the Finnish broadcaster Yale At the opening ceremony.
“For me it’s about self-reflection. It’s about where I’ve gone wrong, where I’ve gone wrong, where I’ve been contributing, in my relationships. rage Star said in the opening. “For me, it was born out of owning what I call a radical inventory of self, being really brutally honest with myself and considering what I’ve hurt, the moments where I’ve just gone wrong.”
Pitt’s sculptures include a molded plaster panel below the title Sabha was injured by Nene’s gunshot It is made of entangled bullets crystallized in platinum silicon.
Small pieces from the pit are included Candle holders for loved ones “Made during covid,” says the artist.
Another work of art is named I saw myself aiming for you but this time it was too lateIt is a bronze box with arms, legs and faces.
Pitt’s visit to Finland was a complete surprise, as his involvement in the exhibition had not been previously announced.
This is the first time the “largely self-taught” American actor has presented his sculptures to the public.