"When I started my project on cities, I wanted to photograph enclosed spaces. I thought of Xavier de Maistre..." A great lover of literature and an explorer of cities, Jean Mounicq speaks fondly and generously of his photographs. He's full of anecdotes. You could spend hours in his company, sipping tea prepared by his wife, browsing his library, flipping through his books and listening to him talk about his work.
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