Diana Takacsova is a documentary photographer. Bringing...
Diana Takacsova is a documentary photographer. Bringing together rigorous research and a deep interest in personal narratives, her work revolves around questions of identity, physical and emotional connection to place, migration, and the human relationship to nature, and environment.

Diana is a National Geographic Society grantee, and a Slovak Press Photo award recipient (2016) and nominee (2018) whose work has been featured in The New York Times, CNN, GEO Slovakia, The Calvert Journal, Gestalten & BESIDE or Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration, among others. 
Her zine, Between Realities, was published by Another Place Press. 

She is also an Eddie Adams Workshop, NOOR and International Summer School of Photography alumna. In 2022, Diana was selected for Artpil's 30 Under 30 Women Photographers list and was a finalist of AiS Open. 

A member of Women Photograph, she grew up in the Hungarian minority in Slovakia, is currently based between Belgium and Slovakia - but feels home in motion, having lived and worked extensively in Portugal, France, Kenya, Germany, Romania, and Italy.

Diana is also a graduate of the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master's Programme, where she studied Interdisciplinary African Studies. Besides photography, her professional experience includes communications at large in the non-governmental sector, most prominently focusing on the Eastern Partnership and MENA regions.  

For print sales, licensing, commissions or assignments, please contact Diana directly at hello@diatakacsova.com.

Illustration by Eddie Stok

Diana Takacsova

Diana Takacsova is a photographer and visual storyteller based between Ostend, Belgium and Bratislava, Slovakia, working globally.
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