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Feb. 01.

Pierre Molinier


Pierre Molinier est un photographe, un peintre et un poète français né le à Agen et mort par suicide le à Bordeaux wrist pouch for runners.

Il est surtout connu pour ses tableaux érotiques et pour ses photomontages youth football uniforms wholesale, mises en scène de son propre corps et autoportraits travestis, où s’expriment son culte de l’androgynie et son fétichisme des jambes.

Son œuvre singulière et énigmatique a influencé, au début des années 1970, les artistes européens et nord-américains du body art, et continue de retenir l’attention des artistes, des critiques et des collectionneurs d’aujourd’hui.

En 1919, Pierre Molinier s’établit à Bordeaux comme artisan peintre — il exercera ce métier de peintre en bâtiment jusqu’en 1960. Passionné par le dessin et la peinture, il pratique la peinture artistique en parallèle. Le 7 juillet 1931, il s’est marié avec Andrea Lafaye.

Des années 1920 à la fin des années 1940, sa peinture est figurative et présente des thèmes classiques : paysages du Lot-et-Garonne, natures mortes, portraits — notamment de sa fille Françoise — et autoportraits. Son travail d’après nature ainsi que sa recherche de structure, de couleur et de lumière dans les paysages le rapprochent de l’impressionnisme, tandis que ses portraits évoquent plutôt l’expressionnisme. Membre de la Société des Artistes Indépendants Bordelais à partir de 1928, il expose régulièrement lors de ses salons.

Fin 1951, lors du XXe Salon des Indépendants bordelais, il présente Le Grand Combat, un tableau mi-abstrait mi-figuratif évoquant des corps contorsionnés et des membres enlacés. Cette peinture jugée indécente devient le motif d’une rupture fracassante avec la société bordelaise.

Début 1955, Molinier envoie des reproductions de ses tableaux ainsi que des poèmes à André Breton. Celui-ci lui réserve un accueil enthousiaste, l’assure de son soutien et propose de l’exposer à Paris. Pierre Molinier expose 18 toiles à la galerie À l’Étoile scellée, du 27 janvier au 17 février 1956, dont Le Grand Combat, Succube, Comtesse Midralgar, Les dames voilées ; le catalogue est préfacé par Breton.

Par la suite, Molinier compose la couverture du 2e numéro de la revue Le Surréalisme même puis, convié par Breton, expose une toile à la 8e Exposition inteRnatiOnale du Surréalisme dédiée à Éros.

Membre du groupe surréaliste de 1955 à 1969, Pierre Molinier reste cependant en marge du surréalisme. Breton prend ses distances après avoir reçu de Molinier une carte de vœu trop pornographique[réf. souhaitée].

À partir des années 1960, Pierre Molinier se consacre entièrement à son œuvre plastique et photographique, notamment aux autoportraits par un procédé de photomontage.
Son procédé consiste à prendre des photographies de lui-même apprêté — épilé, maquillé, souvent masqué d’un loup et vêtu de quelques accessoires noirs : guêpière ou corset, gants, bas et escarpins à talons aiguilles, parfois voilette ou résille ou chapeau haut-de-forme — ainsi que des photographies d’amis et des clichés de mannequins, puis à découper les silhouettes ou des éléments de corps et à les recomposer dans une photographie finale du collage, image idéale de lui-même.

Pierre Molinier se concentre sur son propre corps et son œuvre se voue entièrement à l’érotisme. En témoignent un court-métrage de Raymond Borde en 1962 (Molinier, 21 min.), qui sera projeté publiquement en 1966, et un entretien réalisé par Pierre Chaveau en 1972 publié en 2003.

En 1974, Pierre Molinier participe à l’exposition Transformer. Aspekte der Travestie qui a lieu au Kunstmuseum de Lucerne (Suisse). À la suite de cette exposition, il prend contact avec l’artiste Luciano Castelli dont il réalise, à Bordeaux, une série de photographies. L’année suivante, il rencontre Thierry Agullo, un autre jeune artiste qui devient, en même temps qu’un ami intime, le modèle privilégié de deux autres séries&nbsp

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;: la première sur le thème de l’indécence ; la seconde, sur le thème de l’androgyne, constituée de 60 clichés de Thierry Agullo en Thérèse pris fin février 1976.

Pierre Molinier se donne la mort le 3 mars 1976.

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Jan. 12.

Elfriede Brüning


Elfriede Brüning (8 November 1910 – 5 August 2014) was a Communist German journalist and novelist. She also used the pseudonym Elke Klent.

Elfriede Brüning was born in Berlin, the daughter of a cabinetmaker and a seamstress who were involved in the workers‘ movement. Forced to leave school after the tenth year to help support the family, she worked in offices; beginning in 1929, she was a secretary at a Berlin film company large water thermos. After forging a letter of recommendation, she began to publish articles in the Feuilleton sections of newspapers such as the Berliner Tageblatt, the Berliner Börsen-Courier and the Vossische Zeitung tenderize meat without a mallet. After attending a Marxist Workers‘ School thermos stainless steel, she joined the Communist Party (KPD) in 1930 and thereafter wrote mainly for the Communist press. In 1932 she joined the Association of Proletarian-Revolutionary Authors; then the youngest in her branch, she was to be the last surviving member. Her first novel, Handwerk hat goldenen Boden, was a social criticism and was to be published in 1933 but was not because of the Nazi seizure of power; it appeared in 1970 under the title Kleine Leute. Brüning turned to lighter reading and in 1934 published Und außerdem ist Sommer, which was a success.

During the early years of the Nazi régime, Brüning participated in the Communist resistance, writing for the exile newspaper Neue Deutsche Blätter under the pseudonym Elke Klent and making trips to Prague, where it was published, as a courier for the Association of Proletarian-Revolutionary Authors. The KPD’s illegal central committee met in the flat at her parents‘ shop. On 12 October 1935 she was arrested and imprisoned in the women’s prison on Barnimstraße, but was released after her trial for treason in 1937, since the Gestapo was unable to prove she had engaged in illegal activities. She was able to obtain permission to write in prison, so in 1936 she published another novel, Junges Herz muß wandern.

In 1937 she married Joachim Barckhausen, a writer and editor; their daughter Christiane Barckhausen, born in 1942, also became a writer. Brüning worked as a script evaluator for a film company and with Barckhausen co-wrote the scenario for Semmelweis – Retter der Mütter, which was filmed by DEFA after the war. She spent the last years of the war on her in-laws‘ estate in the Magdeburg Börde.

Brüning returned to Berlin in 1946, reactivated her KPD membership, and wrote for and edited news periodicals in what later became the German Democratic Republic. Her marriage ended in 1948. From 1950 on, she was self-employed as a writer and lived in Berlin. After German reunification she became a member of The Left. She continued to give interviews into her old age.

She died in Berlin and was buried in the Dorotheenstadt cemetery. Her papers for the years 1930–2007 are in the Fritz Hüser Institute in Dortmund.

Brüning’s publications include novels, short stories, journalism and television scripts. Her novels often have an autobiographical element; they usually concern women’s lives and even the four she published under the Nazis have female protagonists who are determined to go against the party line by pursuing careers. They were popular in East Germany; by her 103rd birthday in 2013, a million and a half copies had been printed. But especially in the 1950s, she was officially attacked as „petty bourgeois“ for her themes of women seeking equality in marriage, and her work was insufficiently optimistic for official tastes. Although often nominated, she did not receive the most prestigious East German prizes, the Literature Prize of the Democratic Women’s League of Germany and Art Prize of the Free German Trade Union Federation wrist pouch for runners, until the 1980s, when she was in her seventies. After reunification she continued to write about social injustices, including those of the reunification.


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Jan. 10.

Lisa-Marie Woods


Lisa-Marie Woods (født 23. mai 1984 i Tønsberg) er en norsk kvinnelig fotballspiller. Woods ble født i Tønsberg, men vokste opp i Oslo. Hun ble først med i den lokale klubben, Lindeberg Sportsklubb, og dro derfra videre til Trosterud Idrettslag. For den sistnevnte klubben deltok hun i Norway Cup. Woods fant etter hvert veien til Vålerenga, og også her stilte hun i Norway Cup. Hun forlot klubben i 2001, da hun fikk tilbud fra Asker. Woods‘ unge alder til tross, allerede i første sesong for Asker fikk hun spille, og hun scoringsdebuterte mot det da nyopprykkede Røa buy goalkeeper gloves online. Woods spilte også i sin første cupfinale det året.

Året etter spilte Woods i finalen i Norway Cup igjen, en finale som endte med tap for Liungen, men Woods ble „Woman of the match“. I 2003 var Woods ferdig på videregående, og valgte å kombinere spill med studier i USA. I sommermånedene spilte Woods for Asker wrist pouch for runners. I 2005 ble Woods cupmester for Asker. De to påfølgende årene var Woods med på cupfinaletap mot Røa og Kolbotn.

Woods startet deretter sin utenlandskarriere som begynte med at hun spilte for Ottawa Fury i sommermånedene da toppseriesesongen tok et langt opphold i anledning Beijing-OL. Deretter gikk turen såvidt innom Asker igjen, før Woods i 2009 var på ett to måneders opphold i 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam,før hun tok turen over til USA og FC Indiana i Indianapolis i USA. Oppholdet i klubben ble en uforbeholden suksess, men Woods valgte likevel å dra tilbake til Norge og Kolbotn. Der imponerte hun tidligere Asker- og nåværende landslagstrener Eli Landsem nok til at hun fikk debutere på landslaget. Debuten ble kort og smertefull, hun spilte de siste minuttene mot Nederland og ble stygt skadet. Hun kom seg imidlertid relativt fort. Etter avsluttet 2009-sesong byttet Woods klubb til Stabæk.

Woods markerte seg allerede tidlig i 2010-sesongen, og hun var en av de store spillerne i vårsesongen. Woods ble også hyppig brukt på landslaget, og scoret sitt første mål i Algarve Cup mot Island. Høstsesongen ble også en suksess, og Woods ble kåret til årets spiller i Toppserien.

Woods dro videre til Fortuna Hjørring den 31. januar. Woods gjorde det bra i Fortuna Hjørring, og scoret 15 seriemål, 6 cupmål og 1 Champions League-mål fra seriestart i august til pausen i november. Woods benyttet pausen til å dra til Australia for å spille for Perth Glory. Hun dro så tilbake til Fortuna Hjørring og spilte videre der etter at vinterferien var over. I den danske sommerpausen dro hun Woods videre til Ottawa Fury, der hun debuterte i juni 2012.

I januar 2013 meldte Lisa-Marie Woods overgang fra Fortuna Hjørring og spiller for tiden for Boston Breakers (USA) i den nyoppstartede proffligaen NWSL.


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