The Algerian novel of Katia Kameli The artist plays with the images of her country to awaken consciences around memory and the Algerian identity. A work to see at the Regional Center of Photography Hauts-de-France in Douchy-les-Mines. This is the story of a kiosk in Algiers that everyone knows. This kiosk sells postcards and old photographs: the city during colonization, the various heads of state who succeeded one another at the head of the country, the traditions that sometimes date from before the colonial period … A whole condensed history of Algeria gathered on a wall in the middle of […]
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