Associate Professor of Art Gautam Rao’s work was all over Indiana this summer—and still is for a little while longer.
His work is currently on view at the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art as part of its Finders Keepers exhibit. Finders Keepers runs through September 17. More information is available at http://indymoca.org/exhibitions/2015/08/finders-keepers/
Additionally, his work can be seen at the South Bend Art Museum as part of Biennial 28, which is open through September 27. This exhibit “presents a diverse look into contemporary artwork made by artists living in the Midwest.” Rao won the Juror’s Award for his interactive installation there. More information is at http://www.southbendart.org/see/biennial-28.
Earlier this summer, Rao’s work was on display at the Swope Art Museum in Terre Haute as part of the 71st Annual Wabash Valley Juried Exhibit, open to artists from Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Michigan, and Ohio.
Rao reports that he’s also busy at home: He and his wife, Sameena, welcomed twins Kabir and Kamal on May 16.