Sukanya Baskar is a curator and researcher, focussing on photography and the moving image. Her curatorial and graphic design practice have evolved alongside archives, through her book design, exhibitions and independent research projects. She has worked on a number of book design projects, including magazines such as PIX and the photobook, Witness / Kashmir 1986–2016 / Nine photographers, featured on the New York Times’ list of Best of photobooks of 2017. She has worked as an independent researcher with organizations such as the Alkazi Foundation for the Arts, Light Industry and the UnionDocs Center for Documentary Art. Her current research involves studying the overlapping histories of photography and magazine culture in India. She is a graduate from the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad and the Center for Curatorial Studies, (CCS) at Bard College, New York.