ARTINFO International Digest, April 2-6: News Highlights From Australia, Canada, India, Hong Kong, and the UK

ARTINFO International Digest, April 2-6: News Highlights From Australia, Canada, India, Hong Kong, and the UK
Artist George Gittoes
(© George Gittoes)

In our weekly roundup, our U.S. editors have picked out some recent highlights from five of ARTINFO's nine international sites: AustraliaCanadaHong KongIndia, and United Kingdom. (For those who speak other languages, be sure to check out ARTINFO BrazilChina, France, and Germany as well.)

AUSTRALIA

 

How Art World Powerhouse Matthias Arndt Plans to Infiltrate the Asia-Pacific Market Part 1

Make Films and Circuses Not War: Q&A with Australian War Artist George Gittoes Part 2

The “Big O” Brings Matrix Technology to MONA Museum Tours

CANADA

The Canadian Rejoinder to Herb and Dorothy: Bruno Billio Stacks His Arthouse

Big League Curators Gather at MACM to "Not Talk About Themselves"

Manon De Pauw Intrigues in First-Ever Exhibition in France

HONG KONG

$27-Million Dish From the Fabled Ru Kilns Smashes Song Dynasty Porcelain Record at Sotheby's Hong Kong

Budi Tek Secures Historic Chinese Contemporary Works at Sotheby's Hong Kong

See Highlights of the Tokyo Art Fair, From Renaissance Pastiche to a Participatory Seashell Memorial

INDIA

German Artist Rebecca Horn’s India Debut

The Young Man and the Sea: Rajorshi Ghosh’s Show Distorts the Horizon

Street Smart: Public Art Project “Extension Khirkee” is Officially Open Until Further Notice

UNITED KINGDOM

It's Not Just About Sports — London Gets (Even More) Arty for the Olympic Games

Kitchen Pans and a How-to for Suicides: the Damien Hirst You Don't Know

Love Him or Hate Him — After Gagosian, Damien Hirst Hits Tate Modern

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