a select portfolio of published writing
Alisha Sett is a writer, curator and educator from Bombay. She is co-founder of Kashmir Photo Collective, Course Director of Aesthetics, Criticism and Theory at Jnanapravaha Mumbai, and a producer at RoundO Films LLC. Her research on histories of South Asian photography has been supported by an Edmond J. Safra Fellowship (Harvard University) and the Inlaks Shivdasani Foundation scholarship. She is a CISA Fellow at Khoj International Artists Association and co-curator for the Krishnakriti Festival for 2019-2020.
Sett received her MA History of Art from the Courtauld Institute of Art as a part of their special option 'Documentary Reborn: Photography, Film and Video in Global Contemporary Art'. She holds a BA in Political Science and English Literature from Tufts University.
She is on the Advisory Board of Membrana, a contemporary photography magazine dedicated to promoting a theoretically grounded understanding of photography.