Brad Pitt asks ‘where he went wrong’ in relationships amid custody war

Inglourious Basterds: Brad Pitt stars in trailer in 2009

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Hollywood actor Brad Pitt, 58, has been asking himself where he “misstepped” in past relationships as his custody battle with ex-wife Angelina Jolie, 47, continues. The Fight Club star recently opened up about his romantic history during a chat about his art work. 

The moviestar recently delighted his fans when he unveiled a new art exhibition with Australian musician Nick Cave, 64, in Finland.

Speaking to Finland’s public broadcaster YLE, Brad described how his failed relationships had helped influence his art. 

He told them: “It’s about, you know, where have I gotten it wrong in my relationships? Where have I misstepped? Where am I complicit?”

“It was born out of ownership of really what I call a radical inventory of self, getting really, brutally honest with me and… 

“Taking account of those I may have hurt and moments I’ve just gotten wrong.” 

Brad first started sculpting shortly after his divorce from Angelina, and the star’s appearance came as a complete shock to the Nordic country.

At the exhibition, sixteen of his sculptures were on display, with one depicting a gunfight.

The Inglorious Bastards star also created a series of model houses, each shot through with different gauges of ammunition.

His first ever sculpture, from 2017, “House A Go Go”: an 18-inch miniature house made out of tree bark, crudely held together with tape, is also featured.

Brad’s work was part of an exhibition organised by British-American artist Thomas Houseago and his work will remain on display until January next year at the Sara Hildén Art Museum in the city of Tampere, Finland. 

The museum said of the exhibit and the featured artists: “Cave and Pitt are already renowned in their respective fields of music and cinema.

“But this is the first time ever they have exhibited their artwork — pieces which were created during the course of an ongoing dialogue with Houseago.”

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While Brad never underwent any formal training, the Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds frontman studied art at a university in Melbourne before deciding to focus on music.

Nick created 17 hand-painted ceramic figurines, one of which was called “the life of the Devil in 17 stations”.

The figurine reflected his life-long interests in religion and mythology. His work also nods to his interest in Victorian Staffordshire Flatback figurines, of which he is a collector.

Brad and Angelina were together for 10 years, finally marrying in 2014 only to divorce two years later in 2016. 

The former couple share six children together, Maddox, 20, Pax, 18, Zahara, 17, Shiloh, 16 and twins Knox and Vivienne, 14.

Prior to their relationship, Brad was married to Friends actress Jennifer Aniston from 1999 to 2005.

Meanwhile, Angelina was married to Billy Bob Thornton between 2000 and 2003 and to Johnny Lee Miller before that from 1996 to 1999. 

The custody battle between Angelina and Brad continues after six years of the legal dispute. 

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