Magda Rakita

Photographer + Filmmaker
Location: Cambridge, UK
Nationality: Polish/British
Biography: Magda Rakita is a documentary photographer based in Cambridge, UK. She works with the media and NGO’s worldwide; her personal projects focus on health and social issues that affect women, children and the older generation. In 2013, Magda... read on
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magda rakita
Mar 19, 2018
Sharing this with some delay, but still, I am thrilled to be included in this list of 35 female photographers to watch by Lensculture. 

35 Photographers to Watch: Celebrating International Women’s Day 2018 | LensCulture
We asked some of our favorite women in the photo community to name the female and female-identifying photographers who made a strong impression on them lately


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Women Photograph Instagram takeover

By Magda Rakita —   Hello everyone!  if you are on Instagram please do follow Women Photograph (link below) where..
Books News


By Magda Rakita — The awesome Ben Smith of the Small Voices photography podcast very kindly invited me for a chat. We spoke..
Books Grant Announcements News Spotlight v_features

Thames and Hudson publishes new book featuring world's leading contemporary female documentary photographers

By Magda Rakita — Honored to have my work included in this vivid showcase of work by more than thirty of the world’s..
Exhibitions News


By Magda Rakita — The exhibition "My liver is bleeding" of my work from Afghanistan on psychological injury is now open in..
Exhibitions News

Why there is no PTSD in Afghanistan?

By Magda Rakita — As the exhibition "My liver is bleeding" opens today at LSE here is  here is a long(ish) blog by Mark de..

Recent shoot for Save the Children UK

By Magda Rakita — I am happy to see how one of my favourite NGO's is using imgaes I shot for them recently on a assigment for..


By Magda Rakita — I am veryexcited to share the news about my upcoming exhibition in London of the project " My liver is..
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