Diana Takacsova

Photographer
    
Location: Ostend, Belgium
Nationality: Slovak
Biography: Diana Takacsova is a photographer and visual storyteller. 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... MORE

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Spotlight

NOOR Visualising the Climate Crisis Workshop

Diana Takacsova / Bratislava, Slovakia
Story

A journey across Kazakhstan

Diana Takacsova / Kazakhstan
News [Unlisted]

Brussels for The New York Times

Diana Takacsova / Brussels, Belgium
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On a horseback, Caucasus Mountains

Diana Takacsova / Georgia
Story [Unlisted]

A Carusa - traditional sheep shearing in Calabria

Diana Takacsova
Story [Unlisted]

A Carusa - traditional sheep shearing in Calabria

Diana Takacsova
Image

Submerged trees, Lake Nakuru

Diana Takacsova / Lake Nakuru, Kenya
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Etna, Sicily, Italy

Diana Takacsova / Sicily, Italy
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A Carusa - traditional sheep shearing in Calabria

Diana Takacsova / Calabria, Italy
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A Carusa - traditional sheep shearing in Calabria

Diana Takacsova / Calabria, Italy
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French Riviera

Diana Takacsova / Nice, France
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Summer by the Black Sea

Diana Takacsova / Sukhumi, Abkhazia
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Caucasus Mountains, Georgia

Diana Takacsova / Georgia
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Pyramiden, Svalbard

Diana Takacsova / Svalbard
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Untitled, September 2022

Diana Takacsova / Porto, Portugal
Story

Flandria Boxing

Diana Takacsova / Ostend, Belgium
Story

Alentejo

Diana Takacsova / Alentejo region, Portugal
Story [Unlisted]

Alentejo

Diana Takacsova
Submission

Sweet Are the Waters

Diana Takacsova / Mau Forest, Kenya
Pirch

Alentejo

Diana Takacsova
Submission

Sweet Are the Waters

Diana Takacsova / Mau Forest, Kenya
News Spotlight

Finalist of AIS Open 2022: Women Behind the Lens

Diana Takacsova / Leicester
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Untitled, February 2022

Diana Takacsova / Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan
Story [Unlisted]

Alentejo

Diana Takacsova
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