How to practice photography when partially blinded? This is the troubling question that Nguyen Thi-nhan raises with her colorful, soft, intimate images all linked by an astonishing unity of “seing”. She photographs in Toulouse where she lives or Vietnam where she went to visit her family, and she brings to us photographs that seem like they were all taken in the same place.
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