We spoke alongside long before romarisingHU at the opening of the original romarising exhibition Budapest, 2007. Ágnes Daróczi was formidable presence. I begged her to be kind, my small work was about the positive, I just knew she had a ton of the opposite to express. She smiled at me, OK, for you. What a fantastic informed delivery she offered. Perfect. This is someone so steeped in letters one hasn’t chance to encompass her accomplishment. In 1975, published materials for teaching Romanes. Co-founder of Phralipe and Amalipe, first independent Romani organisation in Hungary. Founder, editor of the Romani Magazine on Hungarian television. Author of vast number of books, but principal to me is her co-authoriship of Phaarrajimos, via the Romedea Foundation. Ágnes Daróczi is a Giant.
original titleDaróczi, Ágnes
Productioncirca 1990 - circa 2017
- Chad Evans Wyatt (photographer)
- black and white