Alfonso Armada, CULTURA Newspaper, SPAIN

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“Pictures and words converse before the viewers, who discover that Sudan is much more than the media simplification under the labels of “war” and “despair”, condemning many a country, or even a continent, to a portrayal that makes disgrace their essential feature. “If we only talk about war when we speak about Sudan, then the war has won.” Enikö Nagy’s look expands our perception of reality, a reality which breaks out of the straitjacket of topicality: “I wanted a book that speaks of Sudanese humanity, the culture that forms that humanity and what we can learn from it.”