Ka-Man Tse is a New York City-based photographer and video artist. She received a BA from Bard College (2003) and an MFA from Yale University (2009). Intersection between the LGBTQ and Asian Pacific Islander communities inform her images. Exhibitions include Bronx Museum of the Arts and Capricious Gallery (New York City), Cornell University, The Eighth Veil (Los Angeles), Gallery 339 (Philadelphia), Lianzhou Foto Festival (Guangdong, China), Museum of Chinese in America (New York City), Palm Springs Art Museum, and Philadelphia Photo Arts Center. She was a SPARC Artist-in-Residence in NYC and completed the Bronx Museum’s Artist in the Marketplace Program. She received the 2014-2015 Robert Giard Fellowship. She has taught at Parsons the New School of Design since 2011 and at Yale University since 2013. Tse had her first solo exhibition this spring at the Silver Eye Center (Pittsburgh, PA). Her work is now on view at the New York Public Library. Narrow Distances is Tse’s first Hong Kong solo exhibition.