The photograph was the path to the polo ground in New Delhi. The boy on the bike was racing to get there before the game started. I thought the black 'curtains' on both sides made his red shirt all the more dramatic. I…"
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Nana Chen is a Taipei-born artist and photographer who grew up in Argentina, Chile, the US and Taiwan. Her recent projects include Hiraeth: Photographs of Chungking Mansions; Discarded, a photographic series on demolished buildings in Ho Chi Minh City; Taiwan | China: a photographic study on the contrast between the two countries' distinct cultures and histories; From War Babies to Billionaires: a portrait series on Vietnam's super-rich women. Her work has been featured and reviewed in the Observer Magazine (UK) Gallery & Studio (New York), Marie Claire (Paris and New York), Anuario Asia-Pacifico 2012 (Barcelona), Pipeline Magazine (Hong Kong) and others. A classically trained violinist and painter, Nana's passions include architecture, interiors and piano music. She currently divides her time between Vietnam, Thailand and Europe.