Suad has worked on special commissions and projects by artists such as Goshka Macuga, Stephen G. Rhodes, Neil Beloufa, Hannah Black, Oscar Murillo, Vajiko Chachkhiani, Taus Makhacheva, Babi Badalov, Aida Mahmudova, Pedro Gomez-Egaña, Ilkin Huseynov, Zamir Suleymanov and others, as well as thematic exhibitions such as "Little Lies" (David Claerbout and Soren Thilo Funder, 2016), "300 Words on Resistance" (2016), "Crumbling Down Up and Up We Climb" (2017), "Labour Leisure Dreams: 1960s–1970s Through the Eyes of Azerbaijani Masters" (2018–2019), and "Baku Speaking: 1900–1940" (2019).
She also curated "The Union of Fire and Wate" — YARAT's critically acclaimed Collateral Event at the 56th Venice Biennale in Palazzo Barbaro with Almagul Menlibayeva and Rashad Alakbarov. Her curatorial activity includes independent projects such as Mike Nelson's "Cloak" for Nouveau Musee National de Monaco (2016) and "It's OK to Change Your Mind: Contemporary Russian Art from the Gazprombank Collection" for MAMbo, Bologna (2018).
Prior to joining YARAT in 2014, she was a specialist at Sotheby's London where she curated groundbreaking exhibitions "At the Crossroads: Contemporary Art from Caucasus and Central Asia" (2013) and "At the Crossroads 2: Art from Istanbul to Kabul" (2014), as well as heading up the "Contemporary East" sales. She was a faculty member at Istituto Europeo di Design Venice in 2015–2016 and is a PhD candidate at the European Graduate School, Saas Fee.