About Nana Chen
Nana Chen is a Taipei-born photographer who grew up in Argentina, Chile, the US and Taiwan. Her recent projects and exhibitions include "Hiraeth": Photographs of Chungking Mansions; "Nocturne": Bangkok's Chinatown at night, "Discarded": a photographic series on demolished buildings in Ho Chi Minh City and "From War Babies to Billionaires": a portrait series on Vietnam's super-rich women. Her work is in private collections around the world and has been featured in The Observer Magazine, Guardian, Esquire, Marie Claire, D-la Repubblica, SCMP and many others. In 2015 Nana launched Nanette, a clothing line inspired by her nomadic life. A classically trained violinist, Nana's passions include architecture, interiors, and music. She currently divides her time between Vietnam, Thailand and Europe.