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Brad Pitt studied Journalism, but later decided on acting, becoming a world star. In addition to this, she feels a passion for architecture, and now He has surprised everyone by showing his facet as a sculptor, presenting a series of nine pieces in an exhibition at the Sara Hildén Museum in Finland.
Brad went there to support two of his friends: Thomas Houseago (exhibition holder) and Australian musician Nick Cave. At the opening ceremony he commented: “For Nick and me this is a new world that we have just entered. But I feel like it was the right thing to do.”. Among his works, one stands out that presents a confrontation with pistols, and that bears the title “Aiming at you I saw me but it was too late this time” (“I saw myself pointing at you but this time it was too late”).
Houseago was delighted to share his works in the same space with those of his two famous friends, whom he invited to collaborate on the exhibition. About the concept of his sculptures, Pitt added: “For me it is an exercise in self-reflection. It has to do with everything that has gone wrong in my relationships, where I have failed and my complicity with certain damages. It was born out of ownership of what I call a radical inventory of oneself, being really brutally honest with myself and taking into account those I may have hurt, the times I was wrong.”
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