Moira Racich is a Michigan-based working artist. Her artwork has appeared in galleries in Massachusetts, Michigan, and New York, and in exhibitions and private collections across the country.

In 2018, she participated in “Et Tu, Art Brute?,” an exhibition at the Andrew Edlin Gallery that aimed to push back against notions of hierarchy in the art world, curated by Jamie Sterns, the Curatorial Director of Interstate Projects.

In 2017, her work was included in ArtPrize Nine in Grand Rapids, MI. She also had two works included in the Elizabeth Lane Oliver Center for the Arts Annual All-Media Juried Exhibition.

In 2015, her work was included in the Cambridge Art Association’s 71st Members Prize Show at University Place Gallery, juried by Dominic Molon, the Richard Brown Baker Curator of Contemporary Art for the RISD Museum. Her work was also included in the Cambridge Art Association’s Mary Schein Fall Salon at Kathryn Schultz Gallery where she won the 2015 Mary Schein Fall Salon Award for her painting "Sunset in the Hills.”

Racich is represented by Mullaly’s 128 Gallery and Borealis Gallery.