i'll believe in anything for a while

solo exhibition by Katherine Mitchell DiRico

February 11, 2022 - March 13, 2022

Opening Reception: Friday, February 11: 6-8 PM

Praise Shadows Art Gallery (313A Harvard Street, Brookline MA 02446)

press release

“...I went around recognizing myself in an idea that suggested general disintegration and, at the same time, new composition”  

- Elena Ferrante, The Story of the Lost Child (2015) 

SPACETIME (x,y,x+t)

January 22 - March 15, 2020

Opening Reception: January 22nd, 5-7:30pm

Read Cate McQuaid's Review 

Read Boston Art Review's article by Jacquinn Sinclair

@Emerson Contemporary (25 Avery Street, Boston)

Katherine Mitchell DiRico (US), Monika Grzymala (Germany), Nicole L'Huillier (Chile/US), Zsuzanna Szegedi (Hungary/US) and Sarah Trahan (US).

In physics, spacetime is any mathematical model that fuses the three dimensions of space and the one dimension of time into a single four-dimensional continuum. A position in spacetime is called an event, and requires four numbers to be specified: the three-dimensional locations in space, plus its position in time. The works included in this exhibition address this idea from multiple perspectives.


Read my latest newsletter HERE to find out what I've been up to in 2019.


Listen to an artist interview by Kimberly Ruth about my recent work: Art Uncovered 

Abigail Ogilvy Gallery

A Solo Exhibition by Katherine Mitchell DiRico
Exhibition Dates: April 4-28, 2019

Press Release

Reception: Friday, April 5, 6-8 PM

*This work was developed by Mitchell DiRico during the 2018 Walter Feldman Fellowship year by the Arts and Business Council of Greater Boston.  A catalog with essay "Nervous System" by Fellowship Juror and Independent Curator Jen Mergel, will be released for the exhibition.  


In Conversation: RSVP Required
Thursday, April 11, 6-7:30

Join Leonie Bradbury, Director of Art and Creative Initiatives at HUBweek, in conversation with Katherine Mitchell DiRico about her work and how it relates to contemporary art, technology, and innovation.  Light fare will be provided. 

Artist Lecture and Tour/ArtWeek: Saturday, April 27 @ 2 PM


    LANDFALL @ Rocky Neck Art Colony
    October 18-November 18, 2018
    LANDFALL is a contemporary survey of affect and effect relating to the contentious environments we occupy.


Walter Feldman Fellow
Arts and Business Council of Greater Boston
2018 Recipient, Juried by Jen Mergel


    Private Commission
    Installation, 40' x 18'
    Boston City Hall Plaza
    HUBweek 2017 



post election
September Gallery
January 28 -March 5 2017 
Curated by Kristen Dodge and Kate Gilmore


Drive-By Projects
April 1 - May 13 2017
Curated by Beth Kantrowitz and Kathleen O'Hara

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