Check out the review of her show “Passages” by MFA graduate Anna Carina Sinocchi:
And then there’s New Jersey artist Anna Carina Sinocchi’s “Passages,” a series of abstract wall hangings made by combining photographic emulsions, oils and acrylics painted on silk or muslin. They’re like a mashup of Japanese cottons and the Byzantine embroidery you see in museums, haunting hints at fragmentary ruin. But grand, and deeply colored like a stain. Or a bruise.