Pierce Brosnan and his first exhibition of paintings. The effect of pain and mourning

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Pierce Brosnan has his first exhibition of paintings. The British actor, former James Bond, exhibited his works in Los Angeles. The collection is the result of pain and mourning, as Brosnan himself says.

Former James Bond actor Pierce Brosnan has opened up about his motivations for opening his first art exhibition in Los Angeles, California. Brosnan revealed how the exhibition allowed him to see all of his work and how his paintings trace the history of who he was and where he was.

-They come out of a period of pain and mourning. And I went to the canvas to explore this dark rage, this kind of bursting pain that I had.- revealed James Bond.

The veteran actor brought 50 paintings and 100 drawings to La Brea Avenue for his first solo show in Los Angeles. Some of the paintings are self-portraits, both of Brosnan and people or artists he knew. One returns to a scene from 1995’s GoldenEye, Brosnan’s first appearance as James Bond, and another depicts hitman Julian Noble from 2005’s The Matador.

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