Pedro Pascal Paid a Visit to a Personal Art Exhibition — but Had No Access
An unfortunate coincidence.
Pedro Pascal decided to attend an art exhibition that was solely focused on him, but was disappointed to discover that the gallery was closed on the day of his arrival.
Heidi Gentle Burrell, an artist, is currently showcasing her exhibition titled "ADHD Hyper Fixation And Why It Looks Like I Love Pedro Pascal" at the Rhodes Gallery in Margate, a coastal town in England. The exhibition features a collection of paintings and sketches that are inspired by Pedro Pascal, the renowned actor from The Last of Us. Visitors have the opportunity to visit the gallery and admire the artwork on display.
According to a recent photo shared on Instagram by the Talk Art account, which is managed by actor Russell Tovey and gallerist Robert Diament, Pedro Pascal attempted to visit an exhibition dedicated to himself but was unable to gain entry.
On a Sunday, Pascal and his friends, who are passionate about art, visited the gallery but found it closed. In disappointment, they took a selfie outside the building. Jessica Rhodes Robb, one of the gallery's co-owners, expressed her embarrassment when she learned that Pascal had to look through the window to see the displayed artwork. She also mentioned that they would be sending him a gift as an apology.
"Heidi expressed her excitement and pride for the exceptional quality of her show, and she is glad that it has received the recognition it deserves," she mentioned regarding the ongoing exhibition until September 1. "We feel deeply sorry that Pedro and the others were unable to attend, and we will be evaluating our Sunday opening policy. As a gesture of apology, we will be sending Pedro a gift from the exhibition."
Known for his roles in popular television series like The Mandalorian and The Last of Us, Pascal is usually occupied with reading scripts and filming scenes for big productions. However, it seems that he currently has some free time amidst the ongoing strikes in Hollywood.
On July 14, the Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) decided to join the Writers Guild of America (WAG) in their protest. This led to both actors and writers going on strike, causing the majority of film and TV productions to come to a halt. Unfortunately, there is currently no resolution in sight for this ongoing work stoppage.
Adele Ankers-Range is a writer who works independently in the entertainment industry. You can find her on Twitter.
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