Pitt reportedly started making ceramic art after his divorce from Angelina Jolie in 2017.
HELSINKI, Finland — Hollywood star Brad Pitt and Australian musician Nick Cave have debuted as artists. An exhibition in Finland that shows Sculptures and ceramics created by the film star and singer-songwriter.
The Sara Hilden Art Museum, located in the southern Finnish city of Tampere, was initially only going to exhibit a wide variety of works by the British artist Thomas Hausago – known for his sculptures – but reportedly Persuaded the museum to include the works of his friends. The cave
“Cave and Pitt are already well-known in their respective fields of music and cinema, but this is the first time that they have exhibited their own artworks – pieces that are part of an ongoing dialogue with Hausago,” said the Museum of Finland. were created during.”
Pitt and Cave traveled to Tampere, a university town known for its vibrant culture and music scene, for the pre-opening ceremony on Saturday. Both men admitted to being excited and nervous about presenting their art to the public for the first time, Finnish media reported.
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In nine acts Pitt, 58,’s show features a house-shaped structure molded in clear silicone and shot with bullets and a plaster panel depicting the scene of the shooting.
Pitt reportedly began making ceramic art. After his divorce from Angelina Jolie in 2017.
“For me it’s all about self-reflection,” Pitt told Finnish public broadcaster YLE. “It’s about, you know, where did I go wrong in my relationship? Where did I get lost?”
“It was born out of really owning what I call a radical inventory of myself, being really brutally honest with myself and … taking into account the things that I’ve hurt and the moments that I just did something wrong,” the American Oscar-winning actor and film producer told YLE.
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From Cave, known for his deep baritone voice as the frontman of his band Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, the exhibition features a series of ceramic sculptures depicting Satan’s life. . He designed, painted and polished 17 figures between 2020 and this year.
“I wanted to do Satan because I love the color red. And I love the color red glitter,” Cave told YLE. “Eventually I decided to make the story of Satan’s life. For me personally, it speaks to the idea of forgiveness or the need for forgiveness. It’s a very personal work for me.”
The exhibition opened on Sunday and will continue till January 15, 2023.
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