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How do you say “Woman” in your language?


The road so far gone by Susana Khabbaz with her artistic proposal arises as the result of a thin plot that makes up her vision of art between the abstract and the figurative, free from stylistic restraints, where the main value is the message that emerges from each of her proposals.

Her message is about building bridges that unite the consciousness of humanity with art, bringing it to as many people as possible. Susana’s works seek to exalt the role of women in the world as the only being capable of giving life that enables the evolution of humanity.

Her most recent work has granted special prominence to women of anonymous faces in which each person can find himself. Figures where the viewer can identify and explore hidden possibilities of expression in the female intimacy, often overwhelmed by the misunderstanding and violence.

Figures where women of the world can be recognize in all their diversity, and of course, those men who love women and value them for their infinite giving capacity , for their sensitivity, perseverance and sacrifice, for the beauty of their souls that illuminate the lives of those around them.

As a modest tribute to all the women of the world, to those who have voice and those who must remain silent to survive, to those who believe that they have nothing what to say, to all without distinction, we want to call them by their name – WOMAN- in as many languages as possible.

We welcome everyone, women and men, to tell us how to say women in your language.

How do you say “Woman” in your language?

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olutosin's picture

Yoruba-Western Nigeria


Olutosin Oladosu Adebowale
Founder/Project Coordinator
Star of Hope Transformation Centre
512 Road
F Close
Festac Town


Susana Khabbaz's picture

your language

Dear Yoruba
Thank you so much for sharing your language with us. It is an honor for us to learn this new word.
Hopefully we'll be sharing our dreams,
best regards,
Susana Khabbaz

Susana Khabbaz
Pintora | Pittrice | Painter
Twitter: @SusanaKhabbaz

pelamutunzi's picture


mukadzi, mudzimai, munhukadzi,

we may be powerless to stop an injustice but let there never be a time we fail to protest.

Susana Khabbaz's picture

hello Pela

Dear Pela,
Thanks so much for sharing your language with us.
Let's keep walking to pursue our dreams
Best regards,
Susana Khabbaz

Susana Khabbaz
Pintora | Pittrice | Painter
Twitter: @SusanaKhabbaz

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