Until the next 2 of May it can be visited the exhibition "Made in Algeria, généalogie d'un territoire" in the MuCEM (Musée des Civilisations de l'Europe et de la Méditerranée) of Marsella.

The exhibition is organised in colaboración with L´Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art and Bibliothèque Nationale de France. It is set up by more than 200 pieces among maps, pictures, photographs, films and ancient documents. 

The cartography is the main as proof of the French colonial adventure, which started with the landing in Sidi Ferruch in 1830. Maps were not only necessary to discover a unknown territory,  but to invent a new space and give to know. As organizers say, to the colonial making of a territory. 

from the exhibition it has made a catalogue with unpublished texts by Nacéra Benseddik, Hélène Blais, Daho Djerbal, François Dumasy, Nadira Laggoune, Zahia Rahmani, Jean-Yves Sarazin, Nicolas Schaub, Todd Shepard, Fouad Soufi and Sylvie Thénault.

In the web also it can be made an interactive visite in  different thematic areas and download a pedagogical dossier.