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Arts and culture: The week in pictures

  • Leap of faith

    Dancers from the English National Ballet perform Le Corsaire, which is based on the poem, The Corsair by Lord Byron, at the Milton Keynes Theatre in England, UK. (Photo: Ian Gavan/Getty Images)

  • Wall street

    A Banksy stencil featuring the former World Trade Center towers is displayed on a wall in Tribeca, New York. It forms part of the artist’s month-long residence in the city. (Photo: Reuters/Eduardo Muno)

  • Lip service

    Kisses are projected onto the cathedral (Berliner Dom) in Berlin, Germany. The illuminated TV tower is seen behind. Buildings around the city are lit up for the Festival of Lights. (Photo: AP Photo/dpa, Paul Zinken)

  • Red menace

    Illuminated, cloaked red shapes surround another, seated figure outside the Reichstag as part of the Festival of Lights in Berlin, Germany. (Photo: Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

  • Game of cones

    Legendary German electronic noisemakers, Kraftwerk perform a concert in 3-D, at the Evoluon in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. (Photo: Paul Bergen/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Eins, zwei, drei

    Legendary German electronic noisemakers, Kraftwerk perform a concert in 3-D, at the Evoluon in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. (Photo: Paul Bergen/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Arabian nights

    Models display creations by Chinese designer Guo Pei during The Arabian 1002th Night haute couture show during Singapore Fashion Week. (Photo: Reuters/Edgar Su)

  • Commando in chief

    Art movers deliver an artwork by Joe Black of Barack Obama entitled Shoot to Kill, which is made from 11,000 hand-painted toy soldiers, to the Opera Gallery in London, UK. The Opera Gallery is hosting Joe Black's first solo exhibition, which is called Ways of Seeing. (Photo: Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

  • Moo tube

    Huma Mulji's sculpture, Her Suburban Dream is displayed in front of Jitish Kallat's Public Notice 2 at The Thinking Big auction exhibition in London, UK. Mulji’s sculpture features a taxidermied animal forced into a water pipe. (Photo: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)