Sex is an everyday matter.
Sometimes it isn´t.
Sometimes phantasies are hidden forever,
they remain part of our personal mind movies,
and sometimes they become alive.
You could have seen here a sequence of images by Pierre Molinier …but now you can´t anymore,
I was asked by BILDKUNST.DE
to delete the images by
(these were the names spelled out)
and every other artist represented by them or to pay a fee for publishing their images.
They represent around 126 000 artists from around the world.
I am working on this blog for my fun,
and for the enjoyment of people interested in photography and art.
There is no income generated whatsoever by this site for me.
Many of the images I use here are floating all over the net,
other images I scanned to upload them to my blog.
To share them, to enrich the world with the work of artists I do admire.
No, my blog is not important.
But it is part of what I would call our common wealth.
I don´t think that I am the source of income losses for the artist,
or anybody else.
Art as part of everyday life,
art easily accessible by everybody without barriers and fees,
art as part of the free flow of thoughts and
But not in the case of artist represented by Bild-Kunst.
Pierre Molnier´s images are acted out and visualized phantasies.
They hardly speak of sexual lust but tell the tale of fragility and vulnerability.
Fragility and vulnerability:
that is something we all have in common,
mostly as deeply hidden,
as our sexual activities and phantasies.