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.

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