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"jacqueline roque" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Some of his his beautiful works from the thirties. Even the fifties. You can still see Cubism is alive and well with Brock Picasso eventually abandons it. I don't know. Maybe it was because of man's machines of World War. Prove to him that they would not be used for peace or the pastoral ideals that he liked to paint like Matisse, his friend. Unlike other artists of the 19th century Corbet station es su Arab like like Manet in the early 18 sixties, But now that he's the science, the progress basically was used to destroy human beings on moss during World War one. Maybe that was it. Such a deflation from that of the optimism that he had, so he abandons Cubism with all its truth at the time and tries to find truth. And other techniques in other ways and in other genre. Uh but no, I want to speed up a little bit to 1932 in 1932. He's still married to his wife, Olga. Ah, they were married 1917. She was a Ballard, a ballet dancer with Sergei Diaghilev's ballet Roost. They had met Ah, during the time of Picasso's collaboration with the play parade. Which was given in Paris in 1917 and cause an uproar the point where the actors and the artist everybody and attendants who was working on the stage would have been attacked by the audience because they thought That this was a pro German play was absolute nonsense. They called the Sal Bosch South Bosch, uh, that there's just German propaganda. German junk. Um, and it took Galen will pull in air. Ah, the great art critic, writer, poet friend, The Cuba's very, very close friend of causes, actually best man at his wedding in 1917. Just before his own death. He was wrapped around his head with the terrible head wound he had received because he fought in World War one He was home on leave He attends to convalesce. He attends the premiere. He has to get up on the stage in his uniform and bandages and calm the audience down on that was in May of 1917. Hey, marries his wife, Olga. They're very, very happy. She becomes his muse for a bunch of paintings. But then in 1931 Ah, a woman named Marie Torres vaulter becomes his model. And he falls in love with her for the next several years. She becomes his muse and the subject of most of his paintings. And the reason that I bring this up is because we could look at and we will on this show. Don't talk about the Kostos output in all the various stages. From the 18 nineties, when he's still in Spain to the move to Paris and 1900 to the moments scenes of cabaret life to, uh to the blue period of the rose the Cubist period, the 19 twenties. Uh, when he rediscovers classicism, then the thirties, the occupation we're going to be getting two in a little bit and for the rest of his life up to 1973. He's an artistic animal. Producing our all the way up until the time of his death. You look at his whole output and you see this period from about 1931 to 1935 is unique in Picasso's output. There is a lyricism to it. There is a happiness to it. There is the bright colors that seemed toe also correlate with the mood of optimism again. An incredible bliss. That we don't see again in his other paintings. Possibly a little bit. In the 19 fifties with his when he marries the second time. Jacqueline Roque, who becomes his widow after he dies in 1973, the happiness that he has their living again in the south of France. Kincannon, Luga, uh, elsewhere with her. She becomes a model for him in a very lyrical way. Also, but we see it. I think it is most intense. With the model Morita rez vaulter who becomes his mistress in 1931 in the painting that I wanted to focus on his girl before a mirror, which is in the Museum of Modern Art. In New York City. If you're listening on computer or phone or other, you know, device whatever. Just put in. Ah girl before a mirror Picasso, the image will come up if you want to go to the Museum of Modern Art. Go ahead and do that. Just go to moma dot organ and I think you'll get there. Uh, this is one of Picasso's riel masterpieces from this period. Here you have again the traditional scene. You can go back petition. You can go back to the renaissance of sort of a vanity scene of a beautiful woman looking at herself in the mirror now, many times Be the goddess Venus. And I'm thinking of Alaska's is great Venus with the mirror at the National Gallery in London, painted in the mid 16 hundreds, where you have the goddess herself. To us, the body very realistically painted very life very, very different from what other artists from that time in previous centuries how they would depict Uh, the female body. If you look at the lost causes Venus with a mirror, you'll know what I mean is very realistic. The body of the model seems to be depicted. In with with really verisimilitude. Uh, they she's a mirror is being held to her by Cupid. We can see her face partially obscured kind of working from that type of model or the ones that Titian painted the 15 hundreds. We have Morita as standing in front of a full length mirror looking at herself. The colors are absolutely vibrant. The greens, the violent colors, the reds, the yellows. Ah, the The pinks but maybe more than anything else. It's kind of like the lilac move color. Of the flesh tones of Marie Torres, which catch your eye the most She has shown with a buyer for K did face different colors also is sort of like a double profile, which you know stems from the his Cuba's phase in the early 19 hundreds, which is still with him. I, You can see her face being shown in various ways. The idea with Cubism just to go back for a moment is to give you a cz much reality as possible. In one view. We think of ourselves as a literate in a Gothic cathedral, and, you know, we can't read the Bible. We have to hear it right. We go and listen to a priest way going up in a place of worship among others, and we learned by hearing We also learn by looking And we take in the beauty of the architecture of the sculpture..
"jacqueline roque" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Weeks before. Patty went missing two other. Women were plucked from the Isla Vista Street. Jacqueline Roque also twenty one and A. Ucsb student told her friends she had gone shopping and never returned then. Marianne Sarah's a nineteen year old waitress vanished after an appointment at health center. Both women had presumably been hitchhiking which was commonplace. Then when Patty learned of these abductions she joined others in protest to raise awareness and carry signs touting messages like free bus service for those in need and night service on all buses. If the women could have hopped a bus with their fate have been different women. Drivers were urged to quote pickup. A sister eager to help patty handed out missing person fliers featuring Jacqueline and Marianne then one night she left play. Practice for a class hitching a ride from a young man who seemed harmless in broad daylight or perhaps forced her away from the bus stop where she was last seen when she failed to show up for her Peter Pan Performance. Her friends knew something was terribly wrong. Decades later her close friend and cast mate. Ron Bender still choked up talking about Patty in the two thousand thirteen British TV series born to kill. He said it's weird when you have a friend. Were there rehearsing twice a week? And all of a sudden. They're just not there anymore. They're gone he and Patty were close. He said talking about her as though they had been rehearsing lines together just yesterday the day after her disappearance. Undo deputy driving near Raphia road. Near President Reagan's property when he spotted her stripped body dumped in a canyon. While canvassing the area a half mile away investigators found the body of Jacqueline Rook. Near One of the bodies detectives found Thick restaurant style. Paper towels coated in blood. The blood contains fingerprints but no match came up in the database two months later Mary. Sarah's is badly decomposed remains were found in another canyon just north of Santa Barbara. Three women have been killed with a pistol by one shot to the head. Police also believed they had been raped around the same time in the same area. A young man named Thorpe Christianson was found drinking and smoking marijuana with some of his buddies in his body. Police asked them all to step out of the car so they could search it. Christianson seemed adamant about not letting police see inside his trunk but eventually he caved inside. They found a large bag holding a pistol. The student strike them as odd. Given that many people had guns in the rural area. They confiscated the weapon but didn't put Christians on the suspect list as news spread of the murders including FBI PROFILE. That described a young male loner. Police were on the lookout for the killer. Changed things up. He left the quaint rural town for the bright lights of Los Angeles. Trolling for sex workers to fulfill his violent needs. One of those women a prostitute named Lydia Preston would help lead investigators to his capture. Lydia was walking on Hollywood boulevard. One night when the man propositioned her they settle on a rate and she climbed into his pristine car. He made small talk as he drove claiming he was a construction worker from Santa Barbara. Meanwhile Lidia pointed out hotel after hotel. They could stop it for her services. He passed them all continuing his ramble. Then he drove off of the city streets into the Hollywood hills where the streets curve between lush nature and Pricey homes. Little is visible at night as darkness sets in. No one was around to witness as he pulled out a gun and shot her in the head still alive and determined to stay that way. Lydia grabbed the wheel of his car. Making it swerve then. She fled from the vehicle and managed to reach the front door of a house. Someone answered and called Nine. One one as medics rushed to home. The assailant fled. Lydia was left with scars and deafness in one ear but no brain damage and three months later. She was back to work on Hollywood boulevard. One night she was in a bar during a shift when she spotted her attacker near the entrance she called the police from a payphone at the back of the venue staying there while they put her on hold and the man who haunted her nightmares made his way further inside when the operator returned she filled them in the man who shot her in the head was within walking distance and yes she was certain it was him quickly. Investigators saw similarities between her attack. And the three murderers in Santa Barbara area. The victims were all young women with similar. Looks all were picked up by a stranger who seemed not only violent but potentially sexually sadistic and they were all shot in the head with the same type of weapon in searching. La Detectives discovered that the suspect had been on the killing spree there as well. They found the body of sex worker. Laura Benjamin in a canyon where she had been for weeks. The suspect was thor Christianson. The man who gun had been confiscated by police after a night of partying in his car looking into his history they learned had grown up in solving after his family emigrated to the US from Denmark. When he was five years old his parents owned and ran a successful restaurant in town. Which explains the paper towels and his expensive car when friends of the Keller learned he had been arrested. They were stunned until they started putting the pieces together. Christianson had seemed like a good smart kid early on they said but over time he showed signs of inner darkness. He drank alcohol from a very young age killed. Small animals more than once and seemed socially awkward in his teens. Especially when it came to girls some claims that his alcoholic father routinely beat him in born to kill. One of his friends said he would return from his John's to Los Angeles bragging and all lit up over the supposed incredible sexy. It had with hookers looking back. That friend said he wonders if he was truly getting off on the murderers soon. Police would learn more grisly details about the man's crimes including what he did. Get off on power and control at first Christian pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity but after analysis indicated he was seen enough to stand trial. He changed his plea to guilty. A man named Mike Kirkman who had been leading the investigation for the missing women had left the sheriffs department by this point and was working for the Defense Christianson requested him so he drove to the jail to meet with him while they had spoken before. Kirkman had never witnessed this side of the man. His entire face changed as he detailed his crimes which he claimed he had committed because quote. The girls deserved it. Among the details. He shared that he raped them. Post mortem having sex with corpses as though to signify that he owned them. Kirkman is now known for finding missing people according to Las Vegas. Detectives one has to wonder if interviewing the victims families feeling the depth of their pain and then witnessing the killers crew arrogance led him to that specialty. Of course contrary to what he believed. Christianson did not own has victims twenty one year old Jacqueline Roque nineteen year old Marianne. Sarah's twenty one year old Patricia Patty Laney and twenty two year old. Laura Benjamin are remembered not for the way they died but for who they were as people the lives they lived until then they were daughters. Sisters students friends people with dreams who contributed to a society? Patty's close friend and Peter Pan Cast Mate Ron Bender. Wanted to do something special in her honor to keep her bright spirit alive since she was a juggler. Ron Helped create a jugglers festival patties. Honor the Santa Barbara Jugglers Festival is considered the longest juggling festival held in a single location and prophet support. The Santa Barbara Rape Crisis Center even decades after her death. Patty making a difference at one point in Peter Pan. The main character says never say goodbye because goodbye immunes going away and going away means forgetting. Patty never had a chance to say goodbye but like the other victims in this case she will never be forgotten as Christianson. He was killed by a fellow inmate at folsom state prison. In Nineteen eighty-one. This has been murder minutes for true crime anytime. Download the murder minute or follow us on Instagram at murder minute..
"jacqueline roque" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"Yeah. In one thousand nine hundred four after the liberation of Paris Picasso. Then sixty three years old began a romantic relationship with a young art student named Francois g low she was forty years younger than he was. Picasso had grown tired of his mistress door Amar Picasso and she low began to live together. Eventually they had two children Claude Picasso born in nineteen forty seven and Paloma Picasso. Born in nineteen forty nine. We've heard of her. Yes, Paloma Picasso was a is. I should say she's still alive is a fashion designer and a perfume. May my mom wears Paloma her perfume. It's very nice. It's very oriental. It's like a lot of Hetty powdery cents. It's good. She's fine. Palomas find she's she's very rich. In her nineteen sixty four book life with Picasso's yellow describes his abusive treatment and myriad infidelities, which led her to leave him taking the children with her. This was a severe blow to Picasso as a shame because so had affairs with women of an even greater age disparity than his and she lows while still involved with Sheila in nineteen fifty one Picasso. Hetty six-week affair with Genevieve LaPorte who was four years younger than Zillow by his seventies. Many paintings drawings and prints have as their theme and old grotesque dwarf as the doting lover of beautiful young model. Oh, yeah. You think his conscience was getting maybe because he was I mean, he was a handsome guy once upon a time. But now he looks he like officially looks like grandpa. Yeah. So. Jacqueline Roque worked at the Madora pottery and. On the French Riviera where Picasso made and painted ceramics? So Picasso eventually moved to the French Riviera and south of France. And like that's health for his health first health. Yes. Because so delicate there's a lot of like. Images of him in those. What are they called the the French striped shirts, Butto Butto shirts? Yes. Like with his pants rolled up splashing in the surf picturing when I think of him like, Johnny bandana. Yes, tyrone. Yes. That's definitely like the image of late Picasso. So this woman shackling Roque became his lover. And then she became his second wife nine hundred sixty one because it's I I finally died because I finally died. Exactly. She died in nineteen fifty five. Exactly. So the two were together for the remainder of Picasso's life. His marriage. Schroeck was also a means of revenge against G low with Picasso's encouragement, she low had divorced her. Then husband Luke Zemo with the plan to marry Picasso to secure the rights of her children as Picasso's legitimate. Heirs Picasso had already secretly married Roque after she low had filed for divorce sucks. I know he was take a cut. So if you will his strained relationship with Claude and Paloma was never healed. By this time Picasso had constructed huge Gotha comb and could afford large villas in the south of France. He was an international celebrity which often with often as much interest in his personal life as art. So he became kind of a tablet. Yeah. He was in the tabloids a lot. So in addition to his artistic compliments because made a few film appearances as well always has himself, including a cameo in shown Cocteau's testament of Orpheus in nineteen.
"jacqueline roque" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"So I just felt honored that I was like the girl that he told like, yeah. But I don't like coding secrets. So the same time. I was like oh fuck this shit. I like being the one that's told the secrets until I actually have to keep the secret, exactly. Because then you go, and you tell your friends, and you're like, okay, I have a secret, but I can tell you that never works out there. Never works out say that because I'm like, oh, yeah. They're only trusting me know still gonna go tell somebody unless they like really hard core. Specify like, my family will die unless you keep this. Great. Like, I'm going to tell it to someone. I think the best part was when you were trying to tell Kristen and Katie and you were like Hello guy. And they were just completely ignored. So in their own world of China detectives on their own like how they felt and thought about it that they didn't even like hear me when I was trying to explain the I did you think you were. Going to say some in Brittany and the dog park now. No, no way. I thought maybe I would cave with like, Katie and Kristen something earlier. But I would never ruined not right for someone comfortable. But I yeah. I like to think I would've ruin it. But I also feel like I mean, don't ruin I know. But I would also think I'd be like there's something big coming. Actually, I don't know. That's worse. It's even more example when my sister got proposed to I knew that it was coming for so long, and she was being such a bitch to her her boyfriend where I would throw hints like maybe you should be nice to him. Maybe you should be nicer. But she never got the idea that he was proposing. Yeah. Okay. So I feel like like little hints. But she doesn't really know why I'm saying that right? Right. That makes we have to ask sorry boat. But was it awkward considering you data jacks? No in everyone. Everyone asked me that and I'm like. Y'all like literally Jacqueline Roque up like the first week of filming season. One. Like, our producers joke with us all the time like that. We've never actually been in a relationship on camera, really. Because like it was so long ago. So it's not I don't really remember anything about what it was like to be with him. Like, what are if we had a routine or if we didn't or like what I don't remember? It was so long ago eight years ago. So it no weird at all. Yeah. I mean, I have to ask obviously, everybody asked you that. But it's like the same thing when people say like, oh, you dated somebody in high school, and it's like, okay. But that doesn't count it doesn't it's so long ago. And also like when I when I go through a break up. It's like it's done like, there's no if there were if there were to be like residual feelings, I wouldn't break up do exist. Try guys working on it. So it doesn't. Yeah..