Sarah Bancroft is a British journalist and editor with interests in the visual arts, psychology and current affairs. She has also been a photographer and art critic. From 2005 to 2009, she was based in New Delhi, where, among other things, she wrote on architectural heritage for the UK conservation magazine Cornerstone and text-edited The Khoj Book, a 10-year survey of Indian contemporary art. In 2010, she curated ‘Gujarat and the Sea’, an exhibition for Darshak Itihas Nidhi. In the UK, she has worked principally for The Independent and New Statesman.