Diana Takacsova
Photographer

Diana Takacsova is a photographer and 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 National Geographic Society grantee, a Slovak Press Photo award recipient (2016) and nominee (2018) whose work has been 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 Belgium, France and Slovakia, but feels home in motion.

In her most recent in-progress work, she explores how humans and environment influence each other on the Belgian coast.

Diana Takacsova
Photographer

Diana Takacsova is a photographer and 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 National Geographic Society grantee, a Slovak Press Photo award recipient (2016) and nominee (2018) whose work has been 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 Belgium, France and Slovakia, but feels home in motion.

In her most recent in-progress work, she explores how humans and environment influence each other on the Belgian coast.

  • James Barnor: Studio of Life
    Oct 27, 2023 – Mar 10, 2024
    FOMU
    Antwerp, Belgium
    James Barnor: Studio of Life offers an overview of James Barnor’s (b. Ghana, 1929) remarkable career. His multifaceted and powerful images made him a photography pioneer. This exhibition not only showcases Barnor’s rich and diverse body of work but also examines the cultural connections between Accra, London and Antwerp. In 1949, Barnor launched his photography studio Ever Young in the Ghanaian capital of Accra. It grew into a pivotal meeting place for young Ghanaians who longed for freedom from British colonial rule. (more…)
  • Adrianna Ault: Levee
    Publication
    Void
    International
    Adrianna Ault was raised in New Orleans where a 350 mile levee system controls and holds back flood waters. This project began as Ault attempted to better understand the landscape surrounding the city, but evolved over the course of 5-years to encompass her changing family, journeys they took and the processing of grief. The levee became a metaphor for the barriers built in an attempt to ward off inevitable decline, and the onslaught of time and nature. (more…)
  • Miriam Bäckström: Consumer
    Jan 18 – Mar 24, 2024
    Kohta
    Helsinki, Finland
    Miriam Bäckström: Consumer in the larger gallery presents new sculptural tapestry work by the Swedish artist, who started showing internationally as a conceptual photographer in the late 1990s and is also known for her films, texts and collaborations with actors. For more than ten years Bäckström has been working with machine-woven images, realising a number of large-scale commissions for public spaces. (more…)