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Men of Culture Mouloud Feraoun (1913-1962)

Men of Culture Mouloud Feraoun (1913-1962)

Mouloud Feraoun born into a poor rural family, March 8, 1913 High Kabylie tizihibel in the Daira Beni -Douala. THERE attended school which led to the EPS of Tizi-Ouzou and then at the Ecole Normale Bouzareah where he became a teacher. After exercising his teacher profession, almost a quarter century in Kabylia, the war of national liberation leads to Clos – Salembier in 1957 .Nommé inspector educational community centers in 1960 is assassinated by the OAS 15 March 1962 has three days of the ceasefire. He leaves a dozen literary works whose 1955/1962 newspaper that tells the day to day events of the war of Algeria.
His novel the son of the poor man who had a renewed interest since the 2000s (Translation in the US in 2003, Spain in 2000, in Italic 2001) will be published in Japan in 2015 and it was sold all over the world to more a million copies.

 Men of Culture Abdelhamid Benhaddouga (1925-1996):
Born January 9, 1925 in El Mansura (Bordj Bou Arreridj) Benhaddouga followed a double training in his hometown and then Constantine “Djamâa Zeitouna” in Tunisia.
Playwright, journalist and novelist, is the author of several theatrical works. “The south wind” marks the birth of the Algerian novel in Arabic. This novel has been brought to the screen by Slim Riad.
In “Djazia and Dervishes” published in 1983, the woman takes an important place, the myth of Djazia a new dimension; the writer has to his credit three collections of short stories, two Arabic translations and over 200 radio plays. 11 was president of the National Council of Culture (1990) and vice president of the National Consultation Council (1992). Ii died in 1996 after having enriched the national and international library with its magical and unique style.

Men of Culture  Samsom Ismail (1934-1988): 
Samsom Ismail was born November 8, 1934 at the Casbah of Algiers in a favorable environment to art. After excellent primary school, he was admitted to Bugeaud high school, current Emir Abdelkader. He quickly left the high school and became a teacher for some time. He began a long journey that took him first in Tunisia and then in Europe. Then he crossed the Atlantic to visit Venezuela, Colombia, Martinique, Jamaica, etc. Self-taught artist, he always inspired folk traditions. But the war of national liberation had so marked his paintings found in the image of his deep wound. At that time, the country had started the countdown to his release. In his commitment, he was shot in 1957 in Paris, who immobilized forever in a wheelchair. Ismail Samsom is the first artist to have been awarded by the city of Algiers Festival Committee in 1963.

His works are among the first Algerian paintings acquired by the National Museum of Fine Arts of Algiers after independence. Some of his paintings are in Egypt, Morocco, France and Cuba. He participated in several group exhibitions in Europe and the Middle East. Died July 5, 1988 following a long illness, was given its name to the Algiers outdoor theater gallery.

Men of Culture  M’hamed Issiakhem (1928-1985): 
M’hamed Issiakhem was born in June 17, 1928 near Azeffoun, Great Kabylia. He spent his early childhood and has Relizane in 1943, still a child, it is the left arm amputated due to accidental handling a grenade. This drama, in which he lost three members of his family. From 1947 he attended classes at the Society of Fine Arts of Algiers and then, until 1951, those of the School of Fine Arts of Algiers and in the company of Mesli Louail. From 1951-1953, he attended during these years, the workshop Legueult. It is then I attracted art brut and Dubuffet, but also by abstract art. but he chose to return to Algeria.

Of 1963, he began his national and international career and is involved in all major Algerian art exhibitions abroad and artistic life of our country. Founding member of the National Union of Plastic Arts, he worked as a cartoonist and produces banknotes, posters, as well as -Posted stamps. In 1973, he received the Gold Medal of the International Fair of Algiers and in 1980 he received the first gold Simba Rome, Unesco award for African Fart.
In 1982 and 1984, M’hamed Issiakhem organizes two retrospective of his work. II died December 1, 1985 following a long illness. Throughout his career, M’hamed Issiakhem expresses primarily the pain and suffering of human beings. His entire work reflects the critical, sometimes loaded with a certain bitterness, he throws on the human condition, This awareness will be maintained by his personal pain he will project down to his last works.


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