Brad Pitt (right) with artist Thomas Houseago (centre) and musician Nick Cave before the opening of their joint exhibition at The Sara Hilden Art Museum in Finland on Saturday
His art is about what he did wrong in his relationships, the actor said. One of the works that Pitt surprisingly presents in Finland is a relief of a gunfight.
Dhe Hollywood star Brad Pitt surprised Finland with art from their own hands. Accompanied by Australian musician Nick Cave and British sculptor Thomas Houseago, the American Oscar winner arrived in the Scandinavian country over the weekend to open his first exhibition.
Among the works that Pitt presented were a relief of a gunfight and several sculptures in the shape of houses with bullet holes of various calibers. As Pitt said at the opening of the exhibition, the pieces represented his exploration of his own personality. "It's about what I've done wrong in my relationships, missteps and where I've been complicit," he told representatives of the Sara Hildén Art Museum in Tampere.
After the abrupt separation from his wife Angelina Jolie in the fall of 2016, the actor ("Bullet Train") often spent days working on the works at his friend Houseago's Los Angeles studio. At that time, allegations were made that the fifty-eight-year-old had destroyed the relationship with Jolie and their children Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne through drugs, alcohol and outbursts of anger.
Angelina Jolie is in Pakistan right now. On Tuesday, the actress landed in the capital, Islamabad. The 47-year-old wants to call for support for the flooded areas, according to the aid organization International Rescue Committee, which accompanies Jolie on her mission. The actress also calls for solutions to the problems caused by the climate crisis.