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Nadia Ferroukhi lives in Paris. A nomad since her childhood, born of a Czech mother and an Algerian father, she travels the planet armed with a camera, and expresses herself through stories that she exhibits or publishes in the French and international press.

Multilingual and curious, her “3rd eye”, allowed her to combine all the aspirations that animate her. She graduated in international relations from Washington D.C.

Her approach on differences brings to light those who are in the shadows. Her images tell stories by creating a link between all those who by their distinctness contribute to the richness and diversity of the planet. Over the years she has been building long-term reportages, with a particular emphasis on the status of women in the world.

Nadia created the Douniatou association in 2008 in order to help Tumaï, a village of women in Kenya. Tumaï is part of her latest long term story: Female power, “the last women's societies".

Languages & countries

Speaks & writes fluently French, English, German, Czech and notions in Arabic.

Algeria -Morocco -United Arab Emirates -Yemen -Oman -Iran -Pakistan -Egypt -Jordan -Niger -Kenya -Guinea Bissau -Burkina Fasso -Mali -Ethiopia -Madagascar -Comoros -Mexico -Guatemala -Vietnam -China -Ladakh -India -Indonesia -United States -Estonia -Czech Republic, France, Scotland


  • Coming: Ed. Albin Michel, Le pouvoir au fémin « Les dernières sociétés de femmes »
  • Gallimard Ed., Folio Policier, Cover. Le Coup de Vague de Georges Simenon
  • Gallimard Ed., Collection Découverte Touareg
  • Communication Agency Phileas, On va s’aimer
  • Turquoise Ed., Voix de Femme
  • FNAC Dossier de Presse, Livre Blanc Algérie cultures
  • Dalimen Ed., Nos ancêtres les Rois Numides
  • Milan Ed., Algérie, Regards croisés
  • L’Oeil Ed., Les Carnets de la Création


  • GEO France & GEO International
  • Courrier International
  • Le Courrier de l'UNESCO
  • Le Monde
  • Le Monde des Religions
  • Atlas Monde
  • Terra Mater
  • Ultreïa Edition
  • Libération
  • La Vie magazine
  • Marianne
  • Marie-Claire France & International
  • Le Figaro
  • La Croix
  • L'Humanité
  • Femmes Ici & Ailleurs
  • Science et Vie
  • Afrique Magazine
  • Armen
  • Jeune Afrique


  • CANON Headquarters. Le pouvoir au féminin. Les dernières sociétés de femmes. Paris, France
  • Photo Doc. Le pouvoir au féminin. Les dernières sociétés de femmes. Paris, France
  • Photo Festival Les Femmes s’exposent. Au Nom de la Mère, le Matriarcat en question. France
  • Gallery Thorigny. Au Nom de la Mère, le Matriarcat en question. Paris, France
  • Photo Festival Escales. Vers les îles. France
  • Museum Quai Branly Photoquai biennial. Le Corbusier Alger / Marseille. Paris, France
  • Museum of Modern Art Algeria (MAMA) Arab world cultural year. Retrospective. Algiers, Algeria
  • Photo Festival Bamako. Family code in Algeria. Mali
  • FNAC itinerary exhibitions. Algeria facts and effects 12 years of journalism. Paris, France
  • Gallery Little Big. Algerian chronicles. Paris, France
  • Photo Festival L'HO. Life in the Sahara. Paris, France
  • City Hall of Bordeaux. Le Corbusier Algiers / Marseille. France
  • OPEC Fund. Algerian chronicles. Vienna, Austria
  • Festival Tchintchine. China. France
  • Festival of Solidarity, 2013-2019, billboard for the festival. France
  • Centro Cultura Contemporania Barcelona. Algier’s youth. Spain
  • Photo Festival Black motion. African Beauty. Venice, Italy


  • CANON Newsletter
  • TV Interview TV5 Monde (See it here)
  • International Award Albert Kahn, Nominated - France
  • CANON, Salon Photo - France
  • Museum Nicéphore Niepce - France
  • French Alliance of Algiers - Algeria
  • MJM, Graphic Design School - France


  • Agence Française de Développement (AFD) - France
  • Maison Européenne de la Photographie (MEP) - France
  • Interparfums - France
  • Little Big Gallery - France
  • Thorigny Gallery - France
  • Private collections