Diana Takacsova is a visual storyteller whose work revolves around questions of identity, physical and emotional connection to place, migration, and the human relationship to nature and environment. She bridges various ways of storytelling, and explores personal narratives in the topics she is drawn to. 

Diana is a Slovak Press Photo award recipient (2016) and nominee (2018) whose work is published in print and online across Europe. A member of Women Photograph, she grew up in the Hungarian minority in Slovakia, is currently based between Ostend, Belgium and Bratislava, Slovakia, but feels home in motion.

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

Illustration by Eddie Stok

Selected Collaborations and Features

GEO Slovakia - The Calvert Journal - Gestalten & BESIDE - Freunde von Freunden - The Earth Issue - Feature Shoot - Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration - El Salto - Akademische Mitteilungen - Bird in Flight - Huck Magazine - iGNANT - Are We Europe - Another Place Magazine - Soda by O2 - The Adventure Handbook - Red Bull Adventure - Radio and Television Slovakia - Lomography Magazine - Fiiiirst - Aye Mag - Domus

Workshops and Projects

2021: VII Academy - Central and South-Eastern Europe: Photojournalism and Documentary Photography Seminar by Mary Gelman and Maciek Nabrdalik
2020: European Forum Alpbach - scholarship recipient
2019: ISSP - Storytelling as a Tool for Social Change with Tanya Habjouqa, Zaļenieki (LV)
2017: In Between? - an audiovisual project by ENRS: Romanian-Hungarian borderland
2016: Workshop with Fabian Weiss
2015: LES 400 VUES - a photographic project focused on urban areas and identities of place, Paris (FR)


Diana Takacsova

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