Don’t Leave Me Alone, 1995, acrylic, charcoal and pencil on canvas,
134.5 x 160 cm, Fruchter Family Collection
The intensity of emotions compressed in the space between the two women in this painting is embodied by the hand prints that seem to be scratching the canvas in despair. The bodily gestures function as a metaphor for the air compressed in the room, and make evident the tension between interiority and the external world.
Born in Budapest, 1968; lives and works in New York.