„Bence and Hermann can get close to the expressed and to the reader and observer of the expressed, because their scale, to put it quite simply, is human. That is to say they are comprehensible. Neither of them uses extreme long shots. They depict nuances, and flutters of permanence and movements, which permanence and movements actually draw up an ever-changing natural, architectural and cultural milieu looking back to long centuries.”
Ákos Dukay: Ottó Bencze – Ildi Hermann: Scenery tour; Budapest at the turn of the millennium. Szépirodalmi Figyelő (Literary Observer) – 6/2004.