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22.10.08

Aguigui Mouna








Born André Dupont (1911-1999), Aguigui Mouna's first manifesto was to remain on a tree for 16 hours in Golfe-Juan in 1956. Known in Paris all around the "Quartier Latin" (universities district in Paris), you often saw him on a bicycle with a red phone, selling his self-edited mag "Le Mouna Frères". He was nominated "chevalier des Arts et des Lettres" by the minister of Culture Jack Lang. His philosophy was a mix of anarchism, ecology, peace and humour! Kind of modern Ferdinand Lop. Read more in Cavanna, Cabu and Anne Galois, "Aguigui Mouna, Gueule ou crève", Dossiers d'Aquitaine, Bordeaux, 2004.

4 comments:

PIGNOUF said...

Aguigui Mouna : Un homme d'exeption !
A bientôt...:)

filo said...

on n'en fait plus des comme lui!

Comment y adhérer. said...

Mouna ? Un poème !
Je vote Mouna !
Merci Filo pour tous ces oubliés...

Stencil said...

Souvenir de l'avoir croisé plusieurs fois dans des manifs.

A l'époque où il tenait son bar, il piquait les flingues des gamins du quartier et en échange leur offrait un chocolat chaud et des ballons.
Un Pacifiste d'une autre époque.