Anna Carnick is the cofounder of Anava Projects, an agency dedicated to supporting design for good through curation and storytelling. As of 2021, she is also Design Miami/’s Editor-in-Chief.
In addition, Carnick is an independent editor, writer, and design consultant. She has curated and produced a number of design-focused presentations and events around the globe. She is the author of two books—Nendo: 10/10 and Design Voices—and formerly penned a column called The Gallerist for Icon Design Magazine. Carnick has written for a variety of esteemed publications, including Domus, Dazed & Confused, Artsy, Casa Vogue, The New York Times Style Magazine (The Moment), Photo District News, Dwell, and others. Previously, she worked as Pamono’s managing editor and as an editor for Aperture Foundation and Graphis.
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