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Stefen Chow was born on 1980 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, is a Singaporean-Chinese photographer. At 40 years old, Stefen Chow height not available right now. We will update Stefen Chow's height soon as possible.

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Birthplace Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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2015 “L’exposition MONEY - Les Nuits Photographiques”, Le Pavillon Carré de Baudouin, Paris

2015 “Second Photo Biennial - Unfamiliar Asia”, CAFA Museum, Beijing

2015 “The Poverty Line”, Studio 94, Taipei

2015 “Observations of the Ordinary by Chow3”, ION Art gallery, Singapore

2015 “Picturing Change: Visual Culture and the Art of Advocacy”, White Box Publika, Malaysia

2015 LIGHT & LIFE, National Geographic Live and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

2015 Light in Your Heart, Shin Kong Insurance, Taiwan

2015 Picturing Poverty Conference, University of Science Po, Paris

2015 LIGHT & LIFE, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

2015 Outstanding Alumni, Temasek Junior College, Singapore


2014 Head of Jury, Crowbar Awards, Photography, Singapore

2014 Nominated, Young Global Leaders, World Economic Forum


2013 “WYNG Masters Award”, Artistree, Hong Kong

2013 “China Stories”, Museum of Modern Art, Tbilisi, Georgia

2013-2015 Photography Director and Jury, The Other Hundred, Hong Kong

2013 Finalist, WYNG Contemporary Art Prize, Hong Kong


2012 “Caochangdi PhotoSpring: Arles in Beijing”, Three Shadows Gallery, Beijing

2012 "3D in 4 Continents", Arts House, Singapore

2012 “Transience”, China House, Penang


2011 “The Poverty Line - China", Newton Circus, Singapore

2011 “Moment of Recognition”, International Center of Photography, New York

2011 “Photography Open Salon”, Galerie Huit, Arles

2011 Grand Prize, Arles Open Photography Salon, Galerie Huit, Arles


The Poverty Line is an ongoing project which began in China in 2010 and has since expanded to 28 countries across 6 continents. The Poverty Line uses food as a base to examine the choices a person living at the poverty line would face. Chow is the co-creator of the project together with Hui-Yi Lin, an economist.

2010 1st Prize, Shipyards, Advertising, PX3, Paris

2010 Winner, World in Focus, National Geographic, New York


2009 “Prix de la Photographie”, Espace Dupon Gallery, Paris

2009 “Life and Dreams - Pingyao International Photography Festival”, China

2009 3rd Prize, Photojournalism, Sports, PX3, Paris


2008 Honorable Mention, International Photo Awards, New York


In 2007, Chow left for New York City to assist professional photographers and take classes at the International Center of Photography. He studied under photographer Amy Arbus, daughter of Dianne Arbus. Chow also attended the Eddie Adams Workshop. He shifted to Beijing in 2008 and has been based there since.

2007 Young Outstanding Alumni, National University of Singapore


2006 “Climbing the Human Spirit - an Everest Journey”, The National Library, Singapore

2006 “Ngee Ann Photographic Exhibition”, Singapore

2006 - 2016 The Noise Award, National Arts Council, Singapore

2006 Named Asia's Finest Photographers, Nikon


2005 “HYPE”, The Arts House, Singapore


Stefen Chow graduated from Temasek Junior College before pursuing tertiary education in the National University of Singapore (NUS). Subsequently, Stefen Chow was tasked with the role of being the team's photographer for the National University of Singapore (NUS) Centennial Everest Team in 2002-05. After the team successfully summited Mount Everest in 2005, Chow decided to shoot professionally after meeting New York based UN photographer John Isaac and getting a positive review of his portfolio.


Stefen Chow (Chinese: 赵峰;born 1980, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) a Singapore-raised photographer and artist based in Beijing, China. His work is widely published and exhibited internationally. In 2013, Chow's portrait of iconic Chinese artist and activist Ai Wei Wei was awarded at the World Press Photo. Chow frequently collaborates with economist Hui-Yi Lin using extensive data and research to produce long term visual projects. One of their prominent projects is “The Poverty Line", a visual project that contextualizes global poverty. The Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago and the Central Academy of Fine Arts Museum in Beijing has acquired works to their permanent collection.