Brad Pitt makes a surprise debut as a sculptor in Finland

Brad Pitt has made a surprise debut as a sculptor at a lakeside art museum in Finland.

The 58-year-old actor unveiled nine of his sculptures at the Sara Hildén Art Museum over the weekend as part of a larger exhibition by British artist Thomas Houseago and a ceramic series by Australian musician Nick Cave.

“This is a new world for Nick and me and our first entry. It just feels right,” Pitt told Finnish Radio yle at the opening ceremony.

“For me, it’s about self-reflection. It’s about where I’ve gone wrong in my relationships, where I’ve made a mistake, where I’m complicit,” he said anger Stern said at the opening. “For me, it came out of owning what I call a radical inventory of the self to be really brutally honest with myself and consider those I may have hurt, moments where I was just wrong.”

Pitt’s sculptures consisted of molded plasterboard under the title Self inflicted gunshot wound in house which consisted of trapped spheres crystallized in platinum-silicon.

Minor pieces by Pitt included Candlesticks for your loved ones which the artist said were “made in the time of Covid”.

Another artwork was titled When I aimed at you, I saw myself, but this time it was too latethis was a bronze box with hands, feet and faces.

Pitt’s visit to Finland came as a complete surprise as his participation in the exhibition had not been announced in advance.

The “largely self-taught” American actor presents his sculptures to the public for the first time.

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JOE HERNANDEZ

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