Brief information about this valuable exhibition:
El Emir Abd El-Kader Al-Jazairi
The exhibition titled, “Emir Abd El–Kader: A man, A story, A message” has been constantly displayed all over the world since its first public reveal on 2nd December, 2002, in Arab World Institute, Paris.
Sheikh Khaled Bentounes while signing the journal, on the opening day of the exhibition (02/12/2012)
After this initial display, the exhibition met with various people in lots of prestigious places::
Also the exhibition has been displayed in the municipality halls of many cities in France: Annecy, Besancon, Boulogne sur Mer, Bordeaux, Chalons en Champagne, Grenoble, Lille, Lyon, Montelimar, Roubaix, Toulouse, Tourcoing, Tours…
The exhibition was opened in Algeria, on 10th February, 2004 by Abdelaziz Bouteflika, the president of Algeria. Then it was displayed to the public in the Ahmad Zabana Museum in d’Oran. It has been displayed many times in Mascara on Emir Abd El–Kader’s birthday, death anniversary and the day when he was elected as the president by residents of d’Oran.
Internationally it was displayed in: Algeria, Canada, Japan, Qatar, Switzerland, Syria.
A photograph taken during the Ceremony of Tolerance Award to Emir Abd El–Kader, UN Geneva Central Building. (from left to right) Mr. O. Vodoz and Mrs. Maria Ousseimi, (UN memebers), Sergei Ordzhonikidze (President of Human Right Council) , ambassadors Mr. Idriss Jazairy and Mr. Sihasak Phuangketkeow (President of the Human Rights Council) and M. Jakob Kellenberger (the president of the International Committee of the Red Cross)
The exhibition is planned to be displayed in Belgium, Canada / USA, Algeria and France in 2012.
After it is displayed in Bursa, Tayyare Cultural Centre, Turkey, it will be displayed in European Parliament Building in Brussel between 25 – 29 June, 2012.
Positive comments about the displays have been stated both in the visual and written press. The visitor journals on the exhibition area tell us that nearly five thousand visitors walked around the exhibition with ethusiasm and interest.
*Our gratitudes to Ousseimi Foundation for its support in printing of the Arabic and Turkish versions.