Susana Solano
She was born in Barcelona in 1946 and studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts of Barcelona, where she also taught.
She has participated in international competitions such as Documenta in Kassel VIII and IX (1987 and 1992), the XIX Sao Paolo Biennial (1987), the Skulptur Projekte in Münster (1987), the Venice Biennale (1988 and 1993) and the Carnegie International in Pittsburgh. (1988).
She was awarded the Special Prize, given by The Utsukushi-Ga-Hara Open Air Museum, in Tokyo (1985), and the National Prize for Plastic Arts from the Ministry of Culture of Spain (1988), in 1996 she received the CEOE prize. for the Arts, in 2011 the Tomás Francisco Prieto award from the Royal Mint, the GAC award for his artistic career in Barcelona (2015) and Mestres, the FAD chain, Barcelona (2018).
In addition, she has collaborated on different occasions with architects for exterior projects: José Acebillo, Ignacio Linazasoro, Hans Hollein, Ignasi Sánchez Doménech, Rafael Moneo, Francisco Torres, Victor Rahola, Javier Romero, Guillermo Vázquez Consuegra and Ferran Vizoso.