Annalisa Mansukhani (b. 1995, based in Delhi) is a writer, researcher and curator studying histories of photography and notions of the archive in contemporary art and curatorial practices. She previously worked at the Kochi Biennale Foundation and is one of the recipients of the first Critical Collective – PhotoSouthAsia Young Writers Award for lens-based practices.
Annalisa is a contributing writer for ASAP | art where she dissects possibilities of the photographic in contemporary inter-media practices. As the Programmes Manager for the Foundation for Indian Contemporary Art (FICA) in Delhi, she establishes frameworks and activates resources around art and education, curating, research, and public programming. Writing alongside image and verse, she is currently fascinated by evolving vocabularies of imaging trauma and violence in art.