In almost all Susana Pilar’s works, the artist is present. Her work can be defined as eclectic, unpredictable and permeated with recurrent concerns. Pilar is interested in the state of affairs for women in the world and the different expression of gender discrimination. Through this interest she has also investigated violence against women in Cuba which inadvertently lead to an interest in certain phenomena like death and how they are handled by authoritative figures, professions and society in general. Each medium with which Susana Pilar works comes instinctively to her whether its video, performance, installation, sculpture, drawing and new media to name a few. The body is something particularly recurring and important in Pilar’s oeuvre. Mostly using her own, she considers the body to be a strong energetic and material charge with an expressive potential.
Adel Abdessemed Etel Adnan Ai Weiwei Leila Alaoui Juan Araujo Kader Attia Daniel Buren Cai Guo-Qiang Alejandro Campins Iván Capote Yoan Capote Loris Cecchini Elizabet Cerviño Chen Zhen Nikhil Chopra Marcelo Cidade Carlos Cruz-Diez Jonathas de Andrade Berlinde De Bruyckere Leandro Erlich Carlos Garaicoa Osvaldo González Antony Gormley Gu Dexin Shilpa Gupta Subodh Gupta Carsten Höller Eva Jospin JR Ilya & Emilia Kabakov Zhanna Kadyrova Kan Xuan Anish Kapoor André Komatsu Jannis Kounellis Julio Le Parc Luis López-Chávez Jorge Macchi Ahmed Mater Cildo Meireles José Manuel Mesías Sabrina Mezzaqui Moataz Nasr Rudi Ninov Hans Op de Beeck Ornaghi & Prestinari Giovanni Ozzola Susana Pilar Michelangelo Pistoletto Qiu Zhijie Tobias Rehberger Arcangelo Sassolino Manuela Sedmach Serse Kiki Smith Nedko Solakov Marta Spagnoli José Antonio Suárez Londoño Hiroshi Sugimoto Sun Yuan & Peng Yu Ana Maria Tavares Pascale Marthine Tayou Armando Testa Nari Ward Sislej Xhafa José Yaque Zhuang Hui