Qinza Visual Artist

Arte Fuse - Review

Arte Fuse came to the opening of Pakistani-American artist, Qinza Najm for her solo exhibition “Ego vs. Empathy (Sublime Allegory)”. The dueling forces are resplendent in the paintings on display and also large-scale works fit seamlessly into the vast space.

Solo exhibition  at Time Square NYC blog coverage: 

http://artefuse.com/picture-this-keep-your-ego-in-check-at-smv-gallery/

White Hot Magazine - Review

Her work draws from a great swath of art historical references. Departure from Pain depicts a cityscape left behind. Drenched in cotton candy pinks and oranges, it is a half-stone, half-gingerbread construction suggestive of both Florine Stettheimer’s High Modern series The Cathedrals of Art as well as Pozzo Andrea’s 17th Century famous fresco depicting a wedding feast at Cana surrounded by painted marble arches, balustrades, pillars and columns— 

http://whitehotmagazine.com/articles/qinza-najm-smv-gallery-space/2867  
Above article published in White Hot Magazine Nov 2013 issues