Jean Mounicq

Jean Mounicq (1931) French photographer, born in Pau. After the death of his father in 1934, he will live in Vence and Nice before joining in 1945 the Paris region where he will teach photography in a portrait studio Masure in Corbeil-Essonnes. He will begin his career in 1949 by performing an expedition to the Middle Congo with the National Geographic Institute. On his return, his photos will be exhibited at the French Society of Photography. He produced his first published during a report on Brazzaville, in the journal "Science and Travel". With the exhibition "The Great Family of Man," He will be passionate about the real photography, artistic photography. He shut up for a month during the winter in the island of Ouessant.




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