ALT ART PROJECTS on Radio Silence August 2019
Museum of Fine Arts, MoFA of FSU 33rd Tallahassee International. MoFA’s catalogue cover image is of Dorotha Lemeh’s “Woman in Gold” (Honorable Mention)
Glasstire TV’s Top Five Events – Rainey Knudson & Christina Rees report on the exhibition, Fold. February 22, 2018
Reporters, Rainey Knudson, founder & publisher of the nation’s leading online art magazine, Glasstire, along with fellow reporter, Christina Rees, discuss the opening of Fold, a 3-part concurrent group exhibition taking place in Texas. Included in this Top-Five Review is a still from the video art piece, FOLD, by multidisciplinary visual artist, Dorotha Lemeh. This is the debut of the 3-part video-centered installation that Lemeh believes is central to the visual narrative of FOLD. Here is the link: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-IQf9e5ebA
Purposefully out of focus is the text: “There is no need to adjust your set. This is a recording.” Image still credit: Glasstire
General information on the exhibitors participating in the Texas “Fold: Art, Metaphor & Practice” exhibition. https://bloximages.newyork1.vip.townnews.com/themonitor.com/content/tncms/assets/v3/editorial/f/44/f449dd0c-07cd-11e8-ab2f-0f08d413e50f/5a73e3c0af093.pdf.pdf
Fold at UTRGV’s Visual Art Gallery – University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
- Exhibition Two features art from glass casting artist Linda Behar, artist Isabel Gouveia, ceramics artist Rojhaneh Hosseini, studio artist Dorotha Grace Lemeh, and artist and philosopher Amber Scoon. Exhibitions will start on Feb. 15 at the Visual Art Gallery at UTRGV on the Edinburg Campus.
On View Magazine: Florida Museum for Women Artists
On View Magazine’s 2013 feature article, Expanding Visions’, highlights the artists, who who were awarded Best in Show in the 2011 juried exhibition at the Florida Women’s Museum of Art. Located on page 12 is an image of Dorotha Lemeh’s painting, The Call, with a brief description.
The Examiner – Women: Untitled
Dorotha Lemeh stands beside, Look, which is one of the 4 artworks included in the exhibit, Women: Untitled.
The Rickie Report