The model of the romantic partnership between man and woman has failed here. We meet the purported 'left overs', united in a mysterious sphere of yearning, sex and sisterhood.
The artist consciously leaves the male protagonists, as the unattainable, out of her paintings. When one realizes that they are not obviously missing, it becomes clear that this exclusive sisterhood is sufficient unto itself.
Pina Rath mainly paints large format close-ups in oil on canvas. Perspective localisations are secondary to immediate expression of her figurines. in the working process, the sought out beauty is being disturbed by harsh brushstrokes. Thus, through unconscious impulses, a new dimension of expression emerges that goes further than sheer beauty