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Brad Pitt Makes Surprise Debut as a Sculptor at Finnish Art Gallery

Brad Pitt has made a surprise debut as a sculptor, unveiling a set of handcrafted works at an art museum in Finland in what appears to be his first-ever public art exhibition.

Pitt, 58, unveiled the sculptures on Saturday during an exhibition at the Sara Hildén Art Museum in Tampere, Finland. The surprise debut was part of a larger exhibition by British artist Thomas Houseago, with Australian musician Nick Cave also showing his own works at the show.

The Sara Hildén Art Museum said in a press release that it was “exciting to experience a new and different artistic side” of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds frontman Pitt and Cave.

The art museum said Pitt’s range of sculptural works were “presented to the public for the first time”, including a cast plaster panel depicting a shooting scene, as well as a series of sculptures in the shape of a homemade transparent silicone molds that had each been shot with different calibers of ammunition.

Speaking to a Finnish broadcaster News from Ylethe ‘Fight Club’ actor said his show was “about self-reflection,” with a focus on his own personal relationships.

“It’s about where I went wrong in my relationships, where did I misstep, where am I complicit,” Pitt reportedly said.

“It was born out of owning what I call a radical inventory of myself, being really brutally honest with myself and considering those I may have hurt, times when I was just wrong “, said the actor, according to the broadcaster.

Pitt has recently come under scrutiny in his personal life following his split from Angelina Jolie.


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