19 Oct-6 Nov. This installation of photography and oral literature by Enikö Nagy provides a fascinating insight into the life of 45 ethnic groups in Sudan.
The travelling exhibition comprises 48 large-scale photographs and 26 traditional narratives featured in Nagy's book of the same name, published in 2014 with foreword by UNESCO.
During the course of her extensive research Nagy traversed 30,000 km across Sudan in a bid to reclaim the country's rich cultural and intellectual accomplishments, overshadowed by the single narrative of conflict and poverty.
The exhibition with a short film comes to Rome following showings in six other European capitals.