ARTS & CULTURE
09/17/2011 02:00 am ET Updated Nov 16, 2011

The Week In Art: Rembrandt, Morgan Spurlock & A Phallus

This week at HuffPost Arts, we laughed at the story of a phallic public sculpture in New Zealand, cried at the 9/11-themed reinterpretation of a Michelangelo masterpiece, and wondered whether or not a stolen 'Rembrandt' was even the real thing. But, above all, we marvelled; we marvelled at a see-through church in Belgium, at the brand-covered interiors in a new exhibition and at the beauty and audacity of the subjects in our slideshow of artists' muses. These were our highlights this week; what were yours?

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The Week In Art: Rembrandt, Morgan Spurlock & A Phallus
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The Week In Art: Rembrandt, Morgan Spurlock & A Phallus