With seven international Web sites covering visual arts, breaking news, performing arts, fashion, travel, society, and culture, ARTINFO’s reach spans the globe. In our new weekly roundup, our editors have picked out some recent highlights from ARTINFO Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, India, and United Kingdom. (For those who speak other languages, check out ARTINFO China and France.) Enjoy!
— Results of the First Major Auction of Australian Art for 2012 Held by Menzies Art Brands
— Sleeper Sculpture by Emil Wolff Sets Saleroom Alight at Australian Auction
— How an Australian-Born Rabbi Got His "Jewish Pop Art" on Oprah
— Glenfiddich Artist in Residency Program and OCAD University Announce Canadian Winner, 2012
— Carole Condé & Karl Beveridge Discuss Art, Politics, and the National Gallery's "Bad Faith"
— Curator Denise Markonish on the Largest-Ever Survey of Canadian Art to Happen Outside Canada
— Shoe Fetishists Alert - Louboutin Celebrates 20 Years in Shoes
— Taking Inspiration From Everything But Fashion, Designers Build a Daydream Nation in Hong Kong
— Artists Explore What it Means to be Dressed
— Behind Closed Doors: A Peek into Saloni Doshi’s Space 118
— Dhaka to Host Bangladesh’s First Art Summit
— Love and Marriage: Photographer Sunil Gupta’s New Show Explores Dichotomy
— Can the Web Transform Performing Arts? Choreographer Jérôme Bel Inaugurates Tate's Virtual "Performance Room"
— Heading South: The Jerwood Gallery Champions British Art in Hastings
— "I Don't Do Pavilions": Dan Graham Sets the Record Straight