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Wild West

Adam West, a.k.a Batman, is selling his Batman-related art in Idaho. [TMZ]

New York art dealer Nancy Wiener has been charged and arraigned for allegedly selling smuggled antiquities to buyers including Sotheby’s and Christie’s. [The Wall Street Journal]

Ed Ruscha picks the “most L.A.” restaurant in L.A., which is obviously Musso & Frank Grill.  [Lucky Peach]

Star Power

Food critic Pete Wells likes the steak at Wolfgang Puck’s first New York restaurant, but he is not a fan of the Alex Israel/Bret Easton Ellis artwork that was commissioned for it. [The New York Times]

Actress Felicity Jones, the star of the new Star Wars (whom Nate Freeman met in an East Village bar once, she was super nice!), will get a portrait in the National Portrait Gallery in London. [The Guardian]

Sexy, sexy art handlers and their sexy, sexy stares. [The Creators Project]

‘Tis the Season

Here are photos of entries in the National Gingerbread House Competition. [OPB]

Fab Fad

“One of Serbia’s leading political parties has denounced a decision to build a monument to Andy Warhol in the capital of Belgrade, describing Pop art as a ‘fad.’ ” [The Art Newspaper]

Entropy

A MoMA media conservator muses on fighting the tide of time. [Medium]

Introspection

Sarah Boxer goes long on the lot and laurels of women artists in the 20th century. [The Atlantic]

Argentine artist Julio Le Parc walks and talks through his show at the Pérez Art Museum Miami. [Clarin]

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