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January 2016, Katheen's solo show, "Remember the Ladies..." at the Next Mile Project featured two exisiting works from


In March 2013, three works from her are part of the group show, The Other "F Word"- The Future of Feminism Today- at the Art Gallery at Bunker Hill Community College.

Her Quincy residency was extended to the end of 2013. The residency was a collaboration between Bitetti and the Quincy Historic Society. During her residency she will be worked on projects related to Bitetti received a 2005 LEF grant for this residency and the related exhibitions.


February - March 2012, Kathleen's Royal Traveler- Works on Paper and Who's the Fairest of Them All? were included in a group show at Simmon's Trustman Gallery. Both works are from her


Kathleen paticipated in two collaborative public art projects and two solo public art projects that were part of the 2010 London Biennale. She was also visiting artist at Dartington College of Arts in the U.K. May 5-12th 2010.


Bitetti's solo show, Containment 2009, was on view at the Lillian Immig Gallery located on the Second Floor of the Cardinal Cushing Library at Emmanuel College in Boston (MA) from November 4 to December 18, 2009. Read the Improbable Containment Essay for the exhibition (pdf)

Three new works from were on display in the group show Historic Intepretation: Contemporary Artists Interpret the Collection at the Peabody Historic Society & Museum in Peabody, MA (Summer to Fall 09).


Kathleen Bitetti's first one person NYC show entitled, "Containment", ran from May 3-24th, at the now closed artist run alternative space, the FountainHead Gallery (32 West 28th Street, 3rd Floor). She showed recent and new work from Read the Improbable Containment Essay for the exhibition (pdf)

2007's Royal Traveler Installation was featured in an Art Faculty Group Show at the Lillian Immig Gallery at Emmanuel College from Nov. 6- Dec. 14th. It was the first time this installation had been shown in Boston. exhibited a new wall installation in a group show, Alphabet Project 2, organized and curated by Gayle Caruso, at the Essex Art Center in Lawrence, MA. The show dates: June 22- August 17, 2007

New work from the was included in the group show, 101 Dresses at Artspace in New Haven, CT. The show "celebrated the theme of contemporary fashion in contemporary art" and was curated by Denise Markonish and Linda Lindroth. The show dates were May 9- June 23.


For the month of October and to coincide with Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Bitetti's installation, How to be a Princess Kit (Romantic), was on display in the 301 Window Project at Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, MA. Bitetti created a site specific version of this piece for Montserrat.

June 12- August 24, Bitetti's installation, How to be a Princess Kit, was on display in a group show in the lobby of 125 Summer Street in Downtown Boston.

The Plastic Princess: Barbie as Art exhibition traveled to the Housatonic Museum of Art in Bridgeport, CT (June 22-July 28).

Some of the new works created from Bitetti's Quincy Residency were on view in a group show entitled, Plastic Princess: Barbie as Art at Montserrat College of Art through Feb 4, 2006.

During Bitetti's short term artist residency in Newburyport with the Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center (April 1 - May 4, of 2006), she exhibited works from in four store fronts.

For the entire month of March 2006 in celebration of Women's History Month, Bitetti exhibited her new work entitled, Sewing for Abigail, at the Quincy Historic Society.


New works created from Bitetti's Quincy Residency were on view in a group show entitled, Plastic Princess: Barbie as Art at Montserrat College of Art (Nov 10- Feb 4, 2006) in Beverly, MA. This show is set to travel in 2006.

Two new works from were on view as part of the Boston Windows Project on 22-24 Bromfield Street in downtown Boston (August 1- October 31). The curator for this group exhibition, $ome Šolor, was Camilo Alvarez of Samson Projects.

Kathleen Bitetti's art work and elements of her were featured in the group exhibition, Pretty Sweet: the Sentimental Image in Contemporary Art, at the DeCordova Museum in Lincoln MA (January 15- April 15).

In conjunction with Kathleen Bitetti's art work being included in the DeCordova Museum's group exhibition, she placed art work in three Massachusetts public libraries (Pretty Sweet: Public Libraries) during the same time frame. The three sites were: the Thomas Crane Public Library (Quincy), the Boston Public Library (BPL), and the Lincoln Public Library. Bitetti also asked the muse for her, Princess Sophia Solar Michalski, to make selections of books at each of the sites. HRH, like Bitetti, has a love for libraries and for literature. All four sites had the 2004 Official Photograph of Princess Sophia and her wolf, Contessa.


Kathleen Bitetti's was featured in the group exhibition, Enchantment, at Artspace in New Haven, CT (Nov. 13- Dec. 23). As part of the exhibit, Bitetti was an artist in residence at Artspace for fall 2004. Elements of were also on display concurrently at the New Haven Free Public Library as part of Bitetti's residency. Bitetti received a grant from the Puffin Foundation for her New Haven residency.


Elements of were exhibited in a faculty show at the Lillian Immig Gallery, Emmanuel College, Boston, MA.(November 11- December 11).

For South Boston Open Studios 2003, Bitetti created new work for this weekend event. On display were objects loaned from Princess Sophia (her official portrait, etc..). Bitetti also included the Wall of Ex's installation and Bitetti's new catalog of the Princess's make-up and make-up charts created by top make-up artists for the Princess. Also on display was a new work entitled, "Who's the Fairest of Them All?", which mirrors the version found on this web site in the online projects section.(November 1 & 2).

Elements of were included in a solo show of Kathleen Bitetti's at the Harbor Art Gallery at the University of Massachusetts, Boston (October 8-November 5th).

As part of, a replica of one of Princess Sophia's jeweled hairpins was included in Cathy McLaurin's one person show entitled, "Lore", at the McQuade Library Art Gallery at Merrimack College in North Andover, MA (October 1-31). It is a replica of the hairpin the Princess wore to the reception of the exhibition of her art collection at Merrimack College in January 2003.

Elements of were included in a group show, organized by Mary Sherman, for the Brewster Project in NY (July 19-20).

Porter Square Window Installation for South Boston Open Studios 2003. Kathleen Bitetti was one of the artists featured and she created a site specific installation of elements of (July 2003).

Boston Cyberarts Festival: Relaunch of & (May 3rd).

"Wall of Ex's", Group Exhibition, Oni Project Space Boston, MA. Featured were 10 EX's from Princess Sophia and 10 Ex's from Kathleen Bitetti (January-February 14).


"Collection: Selections from Princess Sophia Solar Michalski's Private Art Collection." Organized by Bitetti, Library Gallery @ Merrimack College, N. Andover, MA (Dec 02- Jan 03).

"Lives: an Exploration of Identity", a group exhibition that featured the work of Kathleen Bitetti, Margaret Tittlemore and the participants of Teen Girl Docent Program at Fuller Museum and, Brockton, MA (April). The show also traveled to the Lillian Immig Gallery @ Emmanuel College (May 4 - Aug 17).

"Persona: Dress, Adornment, Identity", Group Exhibition, Somerville Museum, Curator: Lauren O'Neal. (March 9 - April 20). Bitetti created an installation of objects owed by Princess Sophia. Also on display at the main branch of the Somerville Public Library to coincide w/ Persona was an installation by Bitetti of Princess Sophia Solar Michalski's favorite tiaras & books on women written by women.(March 2003).


"Royally F**ked", Group Exhibition featuring the Princess Project (collaboration w/ Joanne Kaliontzis), Dietrich von Buhler Gallery, Boston (June 21-July 21).

"The Princess Project- Who's the Fairest of Them All?", @ Louis Boston in conjunction with the Boston Cyberarts Festival, Collaboration w/Joanne Kaliontzis (April 21-May 5).


South Boston Open Studios/ Distillery Open Studios (Nov. 4 & 5).

"Fairytales of Domesticity", Group Exhibition, University Gallery, Clark Gallery, Worcester, MA (Oct. 3-DEC 9).