Cintia Malhotra is an American visual artist originally from Park Slope, Brooklyn. Her family was involved with the local arts community and, as a child, Cintia was encouraged to explore different art forms. Despite having a visual impairment, she chose to focus on the visual arts. Her eyesight is an important factor in her process.
Much of her photography involves a combination of abstraction and personification to create a narrative for the viewer. The titles are an important element supporting the overall vision. There are also bodies of work that are documentary or street photography in style – still captured through the eye of an abstractionist.
After years of working as a designer and photographer, she taught workshops on digital imaging, was an adjunct professor for learning institutions in New Jersey, and has had her photography exhibited nationally. Cintia holds a BFA with a photography concentration and an MS in Graphic Communications Management from Kean University. A 25-year resident of Union County, NJ, she enjoys living close to New York City.
TBD, Solo Exhibit, Pearl Street Gallery, Elizabeth, NJ,
BLACK AND WHITE magazine, Special Issue #131
The Photo Review, Competition Issue
RAW 2018, Noyes Museum of Art, Stockton University, Atlantic City, NJ
The Earth Speaks, Barron Arts Center, Woodbridge, NJ
Electron Salon, Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, Los Angeles, CA
Who. Are. You?, Atlantic Gallery, New York, NY
The Abstract Image, Praxis Gallery, Minneapolis, MN2012
CommUNITY, Arts Guild New Jersey, Rahway, NJ
Visions: A Mind in Context, Solo Exhibit, Sutagao, Maplewood, NJ
Reaching Out, Reaching In, Pierro Gallery, South Orange, NJ
23rd Annual Juried Exhibit, Art Alliance of Monmouth County, Red Bank, NJ
Nexus, MERCK 2009 Invitational Art Exhibit, Arts Guild NJ, Rahway, NJ
New Beginnings, Art Alliance of Monmouth County Red Bank, NJ
The First Woman Who Danced, Ra Rays Press, 2000
Writing as Cynthia Lawrence
Summer/Fall 1996 – Poems That Thump in the Dark magazine, “The Opal” (poem)
Winter 1994/5 – The New Press Literary Quarterly magazine,
“One night I sat and watched you sleep” (poem)
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