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En Lorraine non plus. Colin, J. Le souvenir. Pierre Loti donne une acception marine qui ne tranche pas vraiment et laisse planer le doute. Il va falloir y aller. Il y a beaucoup de corrections. Faut-il vraiment, tous les ans, ramer les haricots? Vous qui savez tout faire. Ben oui, pourquoi une main de papier fait 25 feuilles? Je peux comprendre cela de la part des lecteurs du Monde. Moi, du moins. Pourquoi 20 mains? Et pourquoi 10 rames pour une balle?

Et pour le mariage civil. I — vous mitonner un quiz aux petits oignons — soit dit sans le moindre melon! Pline , lib. Merci pour les roses. Je viens de voir comme une apparition!.. Je vois TRS, merci. Hello, Jacques Saix. What about Sussex? Garde-la ; tu me la montreras dans trente ans. Dans trente ans tu seras belle encore, dans trente ans je serai encore amoureux. Phasme feuille? La liste en est longue chez les Phyllinae …! Ah, vous chauffez, leveto! Mort de chez Mort. Je veux bien vous croire! Exit, le pluriel! Oups, pour le coup, il y a vraiment un couac. Mais pour le reste… soupir!

Vous pouvez voir que je reste muet et ignorant. Mon royaume pour… la Quillet! Ah mais non mais non! Non habemus papas! Habetis papas! Mais que tiennent ces petits-petits putti? H Hum! Certes, si son premier nom est Piccolomini, le second est Forteguerra.

Et oui, nos papes et nos empereurs romains, voyons! PS : Hum! H terrier, un fervant chasseur de coquilles? Moi aussi! On respire! De la Trappe au col de La Tulle pardon, Ph. En tout cas, merci pour ce savoureux vespetro , TRS. Il ne fut pas le seul dans ce genre. Yahpas dans le lecteur Yahoo! Mon boucher recommande le bouton droit, puis ouvrir dans une nouvelle hampe ou un autre onglet.

Lien test pour savoir si le lecteur Yahoo sait afficher une image. Un homme sandwich! Mais si le fox terrier chasse le renard dans son terrier , si le bull terrier chasse le taureau idem , que peut bien chasser le yorkshire? Il faut laisser du temps au temps, en toutes circonstances et avec le tempo convenable. Par BellesEtNues, merciX, et.

Selon une information du Parisien. Catimini phasme. Yorkshire terrier la suite…. Pleurs en gouttes larmes, et du sanglot. Que je naisse autre et passe vide. Attention Gustaf! Le Caravage est excellent. Gustav 15h09 Tu ferais mieux de te relire avant de poster, vieil ivrogne du dimanche! Bon allez! Je fais un nouveau commentaire! Une cocotte on y revient! Oui , et alors?.. Trop tentant? Ex: Chess, Black narcissus. Ah wordpress!

Pour qualifier votre aplomb, Ph. Des images? Simply mention a movie title in quotes and if the Yahoo! Donc test! Le terrarium. Miguel Angel Estrella — Beethoven Sonata op.

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Pas un bravo pour saluer la performance? Snif…Pas de bol d … ——————- biscator, chiocciolino cabot. Ce mois-ci Ram et Sita rentrent chez eux. Le Et si on faisait dans le pire … Le backward masking! Coucou salut. Je laisse donc un commentaire et je vais diner. Le vide, ne serait-ce pas le fond de commerce de Casimir? Fi des cocottes! Comment ne pas penser au slogan de ladite biscotte? Une perfection je vous dis. Je moinsoie! Vous comprenez mieux pourquoi parfois on lui reproche des phrases peu audibles.

On ne retire pas ses pieds? Et alors? Catiminiphasme a disparu vive AudioMiniphasme. Lamid, soyez prudent! Dose maximale: milligrammes par jour ;. Mince alors, quel choc! Ah, ce vieil Edwards aux mains de vermeil?


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Rien de plus simple. Ah bon? Retissant ou entouziasme, je vou le direz plu tar. Of course. Now, Ph.

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H, pas geek! Pas lamer du tout Ph. Pourrait-on avoir un rappel du corps des devinettes encore en cours? Vous voulez aussi le carnet de vaccination? Merci Jacques C. Poor Cary! Mille millions de sabords! Petite consolation? Que voyez-vous? Je ne connaissais pas votre Perret. Merdre alors! Voyons…Sur cette rame! Top Chrono, dirait MiniPhasme. Il a eu des filles? Allez, soyons magnanimes et laissons-lui le temps de raccrocher les wagons…. Ouh la la! Bravo Lamid! H HOOQ! Bon sang Martin , vous aviez raison de nous signaler cette Sainte. Welcome to Bienvenue qui a la sagesse de se passer de diacritique, elle.

H et Martin…. Merci pour le tuyau. Mais de rien, cher vieux et devineur Martin : De neurones inaptes, je ne vois ni crois rien. Ne me remerciez pas pour ces conseils touristiques… Ils sont pour rien! Donc en hommage aux beuglements affectueux je veux pouvoir critiquer injustement les correcteurs : 1. Que nenni! Les passantes avaient mis leur capuchon. Je voulais me lever et partir.

Et je vais vous en donner la raison. Je vous connais si bien que je peux vous faire quelques confidences. Le Pet. III, 3. Au resto, ne pas confondre avec escalope. Honni e soit qui mal y pense. Allez, rame ma poule! Allez, tiens! Et que penser de cette confidence? Fiat Lux! Auber Villiers? Vous plaisantez? Le Phasme, par exemple. Ils avaient sans doute tous raison…. Cool Raoul …. Foin des conchyphages!

Supprimer ou fausser arbitrairement toutes les indications concernant les destinations, les correspondances, les horaires, etc. Coupable de non-distribution, Descartes? Mais bon. Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day You fritter and waste the hours in an offhand way. Kicking around on a piece of ground in your home town Waiting for soemone or something to show you the way. Tired of lying in the sunshine staying home to watch the rain.

You are young and life is long and there is time to kill today. And then one day you find ten years have got behind you. No one told you when to run, you missed the starting gun. Every year is getting shorter, never seem to find the time. Tu parles Charles! I will stop, see I will stop for nothing Say the right things when electioneering I trust I can rely on your vote.

When I go forward you go backward Somewhere we will meet When I go forward you go backward Somewhere we will meet. I trust I can rely on your vote rockas. Merci pour cette exhumation. Corot si. Son stylo et son briquet aussi. Et hop. Merci Martin , pour ce coup de fil inattendu! Ce Saint-Rame! Exit Miromesnil! Puisse Der Bahndurchstich couronner votre Sainte- Victoire! Tu me fends la poire! Un laguiole dans le cou? Est-ce une histoire de fous? The Full Monty. Il est sorti, le chef de gare! Ciao, Silvio! Bonnes nuits.

A ce jour. So you can call your secret love And break the news to him. Oh I thought your little romance Was on the strict Q. So if you want your freedom P. Divorce me C. Well you can reach me down in Dallas General delivery So if you want your freedom P. Q Divorce me C. H, carabinier. Celui qui ne vous a fait aucun effet…. Puis au lit! Pour vous dire I. I owe you …. Archibald N. Bredouille, que signifie votre postscriptum? A wild goose chase too? Diiingue, non? Quel artiste a votre admiration? Pourquoi cet imparfait lamidinsky? Par bonheur, Alechinsky est toujours en vie, enfin Pierre Alechinski, le peintre, pour les autres Alechinski je ne sais pas….

Martin, vous ne devez pas avoir les bonnes lunettes …. Apocalypse garantie et fin du Monde …. Tant pis pour lui,… mais il a les moyens. Aussi Bonnard et Rouault. Et quelques autres.

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Je vous rejoins. Pour quelque? Quant au brave papi rhinomorphe de Ghirlandaio, il va sans dire que son abandon est accidentel…. Un petit bijou. Enfin, comment ne pas succomber devant ce retour aux routses?.. Heu… Vos illusions sur quoi? Cet artiste,…etc. Le papier monnaie aussi.

Et toc! Du fait de la pollution, elles deviennent un peu plus rares mais restent assez communes dans nos ruisseaux. Chapeau, la Phasme-Artiste! Mon premier? Partie du corps. Mon deux? Mon trois? Particule des corps. Mon tout? P… de balises! Pour TRS qui aime les affreuse bestioles.. Et pour tous, bien entendu, cette petite devinette. Apprenez pour votre gouverne, Ph. Chose promise …. Un grand gosse! TRS Excusez mon retard. Allez les vers! Je suis en retard … Il faut faire vite … Bon! Je refais un essai. Crop tonneau. Non mais des fois. Tiens, Lebanni avait raison : des bad thrips, il y en a partout.

Mais les miens, ils aiment les fleurs bleues. Comme quoi, hein, praecox ejaculatio humanum est…. Pas moi!!! Et je vous remercie encore. Ave Martin! Faites-nous plaisir, descendez de ce train, vous en prendrez un plus tard, et allons boire un verre au buffet de la gare. Si vous en avez assez du gris-de-Toul, on trouvera bien autre chose. Un si discret merci… pourquoi? Vamos Caballero, un abrazo, y vaya con Dios.

Top chrono! Prenez soin de vous. His criticism of the avant-gardes is tinged with subtle humour. The drawings, the assemblages, the sculptures, look like puzzles giving a material existence to the word. His three-dimensional vocabu-lary, ranging from composite assemblies to monumental bronzes, combines narration with figuration and is oriented towards the creation of a sort of visual spoonerism.

His art has naturally imposed itself as one of the most original contributions to sculpture of the 20th century. He died on 28 June, , in Paris. He devoured James Joyce's Ulysses, which perfectly tied in with his need to re-read the world. But he had two tutelary figures not claimed : Kurt Schwitters and Marcel Duchamp. Then he became friends with Daniel Spoerri and Robert Filliou. However, Dietman was never a member of these movements. His individualistic attitude allowed him a disrespectful freedom from successive fashions. He participated with the latter at the "Salon des Comparaisons" in and His friend, with whom to share his joie de vivre, humour and derision, was Roland Topor, whom he met in He would cover all kinds of objects with the aid of sticking plaster, an easily recognisable strip of adhesive tissue of a pink flesh colour.

This bandage established a boundary between two realities, one of a physical nature and the other of a mental nature. For Dietman, this wrapping hid the better to reveal because the plaster both isolates the object from the environment and reveals its shape. It does not hide things but unites them, increasing their reality while maintaining their integrity. The wrapping gives a singularity to the shape of the object, eliminates its anecdotal side and stresses its details.

It enables one to see it better by outlining the contours. Erik Dietman then "bandaged" wood and cardboard, framed photographs, hid and masked words and sentences. The motley objects he manufactured are, in general, given names with double meanings, which thus gave them a new meaning. With this period of Sparadraps or "poor man's bronzes" , Erik Dietman became, until , the "king of sticking plaster", as he defined himself in a posture of self-deprecation.

The artist then made collages and assemblies with a variety of materials: he made several works in bread such as Pain, consisting of the word pain intended also in the English meaning of the word , baked in real bread and Sac en pain, as well as mobiles. This was a period of intense work marked by a succession of numerous exhibitions in Europe. From , he removed an "n" from the end of his name and signed himself Dietman.

In the s, his work diversified and when he made "poem-paintings", it was an astonishing mixture of painting, knick-knacks and utensils.

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In , he returned to France after several months abroad and settled in the Var. In , Denmark awarded him his first public commission and Dietman took part in the "l'Ecole de Nice" exhibition on the occasion of the opening of the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. From the s, he began his first modelings and these marked a turning point in his work. He embarked on an intense production of drawings and sculptures, impregnated with an ironic poetry and whose titles are full of puns.

Bronze, marble, ceramics and glass became the materials used for works that were sometimes monumental, in which the themes of death and humour are very recurrent. From the s, he began to show a more restless face, haunted by the obsession with creation. One of Erik Dietman's major works, which can be seen in the Tuileries gardens in Paris, is titled L'Ami de personne and dates from It is a monumental bronze sculpture, a giant figure, who seems to reach out for a small chair. Erik Dietman has always been marginal, marginal and solitary. He never liked, much less belonged to any group: "Two or three people are already a small army".

Since his childhood, he knew that he was an artist and that art would be his life. He arrived in Paris in at the age of 22, speaking neither French nor really English. Anti-violence, he left his native Sweden to avoid military service and the prison to which his refusal to bear arms would have led. He intended to go to the United States but the vagaries of travel without money led him to Paris where he immediately met Robert Filliou and Daniel Spoerri, forming a firm friendship with them. Self-taught and curious, he read a great deal, especially poetry.

This love of poetry permeated him, but the objects accompanied or replaced the words he used to twist in Swedish, English or French, which he came to learn better and better. Thus it was that he defined himself a failed poet: Ah! He adhered to his notion: as early as he began to "bandage" everyday objects in his life Tableau malade, , a practice he continued until , and then he quickly turned this budding success into an opportunity for self-derision: he became the ex-king of sticking plaster. This was followed by a series of works in which humour gained an increasingly important place in the midst of commentaries about art, politics and literature Mais, or Reflections sur Pop Art, , in which he shared the creation with his alter egos, Outil O'Tool, Penand Pencil and F.

I have always drawn, always, and I had only one dream in my head: to become an artist. I never wanted to be a train driver or station master - never - only an artist. I never thought of anything else". He frequented their members but, younger and too individualistic, he was at no time tempted to join. Later, he said about groups: "Two is already a small army". Large exhibitions and public commissions began to follow regularly.


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  • He travelled a lot, and always drew. In the s, he felt ready for the Olympics and in parallel with all the rest, undertook a series of large formats that punctuated his work until his death. There too, fantasy, poetry, sadness, humour and ferocity blended because all of this was his life, his creation: "Without art, I am nothing, I am dead, I am nothing". It is hardly enough to say that Erik Dietman is an unclassifiable and never pigeonholed artist, extremely classy, insolent, never sad, elusive, rebellious, inveterate. In fact, Erik Dietman discouraged definitions: to try to circumscribe him, one is condemned to euphemism.

    He was almost the only one who succeeded in defining himself, because he made things simple through matter: Erik Dietman, major artist. This, when all is said and done let's overlook his quirikiness , is what we can venture that is least inaccurate about the man. His work, on the other hand, can be approached by attempts at contextualization, but we must be aware that using these markers we will always remain at a distance: Erik Dietman, great artist, knew Fluxus closely and met the new realists before they were even called that.

    He had an extraordinary flair, and an unfailing talent for friendship.