In the News: Art Satellite

••• “A lawsuit filed by a former David Bouley employee alleges that the chef received a $7 million loan from Wegmans supermarkets to keep his restaurant group afloat. The employee helped Bouley with his bookkeeping, but was fired after taking time off because of medical issues. The chef denies the allegations.” —Eater, condensing the New York Post


By Benjamin Sutton (courtesy Artinfo)

••• Greg “Allen’s cleverly titled new show at Apexart, ‘Exhibition Space,’ examines the early moments of the Cold War-era space race, when primitive satellites allowed humans to insert themselves into a space—space—that they had previously observed at a remove. One such vessel, NASA’s ‘Beacon Inflatable Satellite’ (1958, reconstructed in 2013), floats dramatically in the gallery space.” —Artinfo

••• Park your electric car in the garage at the Solaire and you can charge it for free. —Broadsheet

••• “Broker Tries for Fifth Sale of Same Tribeca Loft” at 288 West. —New York Observer

••• Steven Alan did the “Ask a Shop Clerk” (or, um, owner) Q&A for New York magazine.


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