Brad Pitt made his first appearance as a sculptor in a group show at the Sarah Helden Museum of Art in Tampere, Finland. The artwork of the A-List actor appears alongside works by musician Nick Cave and artist Thomas Houseago in the “We” exhibition, on view through January 15, 2023.
The largest pieces include a bronze sarcophagus-sized chest depicting hands, feet, and faces trying to penetrate the structure from various angles, and the wall-mounted fresco “Aiming At You I saw Me But It Was Too Late This Time” from 2020, which depicts a gun battle between eight characters .
Brad Pitt “Shoot You Saw Me But It Was Too Late This Time” (2020) attributed to him: By Bran Trio
The “Bullet Train” star is said to have started making ceramics, following his tumultuous divorce from actress Angelina Jolie, in 2017.
In a statement emailed to The Art Newspaper, Pete said of his artistic role: “For me it’s about self-reflection…He was born out of ownership of what I call a ‘radical self-inventory.'” with me and consideration for those I may have hurt and the moments I have wronged It’s just there.”
Pete was photographed at the “Bullet Train” premiere on August 1, 2022 in Los Angeles. attributed to him: Matt Winkelmayer/WireImage/Getty Images
“The Devil: Life” is the first major collection of works visible in the cave. Includes 17 individual pieces between 6 and 19.5 inches in height, each handcrafted, painted and glazed by Cave in England, between 2020 and 2022. Collector.
Bronze coffin-sized chest designed by Pete. attributed to him: By Bran Trio
Both nascent sculptors created these works in dialogue with the more experienced Houseago. The British artist has been practicing for nearly three decades and exhibited work at the Whitney Biennale in 2010.
In Tampere, Hosago, who is known as a sculptor, exhibits a number of paintings, a medium he has begun to experiment with in recent years. The works come from the large-scale “visions” series that were produced outdoors and drew inspiration from European icons including the Norwegian Edvard Munch. It also displays new redwood and stucco sculptures he made in response to work in the Sarah Helden Foundation’s collection, such as Alberto Giacometti’s “Woman on a Chariot” from 1943 to 1962.
Speaking about his decision to make a collaborative show between himself, Kev and Pete, Hosiego said in a press release, “I’m not me. I’m who we are!”
Top photo: Nick Cave, Thomas Hozigo and Brad Pitt in “We”.
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