NEW YORK, NY - Hudson One Media is thrilled to announce the inaugural Galerie House
of Art and Design, debuting this August in Sag Harbor, New York. Unlike any other show
house, this unique experience will bring the pages of Galerie magazine to life by
combining the best of the worlds of art and design all under one roof.
“The Galerie House of Art and Design embodies our brand’s goal to Live Artfully. The
concept of combining art and design into an immersive experience all in one magnificent
home truly brings the editorial spirit of Galerie to life,” says Lisa Fayne Cohen, founder
and editorial director of Galerie.
Galerie’s editorial team handpicked a group of uniquely talented designers from across
the country to bring this vision to life. All known for their ability to incorporate high-caliber
art into livable spaces, these designers will enliven a classic, Shingle-style estate, situated
on six lush acres including a pond, with their distinctive points of view.
“For the house, we selected designers who are celebrated for their ability to create
extraordinary rooms that showcase exceptional collections of art,” says Jacqueline
Terrebonne, editor in chief of Galerie. “We are so excited to see the spaces they design
and how they incorporate work from today’s leading artists and galleries into their
The esteemed roster includes design chair Nicole Fuller along with these designers and
firms: Rayman Boozer, Billy Cotton, Mark Cunningham, Geoffrey De Sousa, Dwyer
McIntosh Derrig, Benoist Drut, Elena Frampton, Elizabeth Gill, Josh Greene, Ellen
Hamilton, Andre Hilton, Ike Kligerman Barkley, Katie Leede, Leroy Street Studio, Leyden
Lewis, Jeff Lincoln, Richard Mishaan, Rocky Rochon, Alison Rose, and Sara Story as well
as a custom kitchen designed by Bob Bakes of Bakes & Kropp Fine Cabinetry.
Art will play a major component as well. A venerable list of blue-chip galleries, including
Kasmin, Lisson, Perrotin, Tripoli, and White Cube, will collaborate with designers to curate
their spaces with works by today’s leading artists. Additionally, several artists will create
site-specific installations throughout the 12,500 square-foot house to add moments of
surprise, wonder, and excitement.
“Sag Harbor is such a special place in the Hamptons, and we’re eager to bring together
this ‘house of dreams’ where art and design intersect in such a fresh way,” says designer
Nicole Fuller. “It’s like nothing we’ve ever seen or experienced before: Our A-list lineup of
artists, galleries, designers, and artisans will transform this house into something new. It’s
unchartered territory, and for creatives, they’re challenged in a way that gives them total
freedom to have new ideas and be inspired in different ways.”
Much of the ability to achieve such an ambitious project comes from the support of the
house’s sponsors, who realize the influence that Galerie and these designers have on how
people want to decorate their homes now.
“We are so grateful for the tremendous support of our fabulous sponsors; the caliber of
which is matched only by that of our designers and artists,” says Janice Browne, group
publisher and CRO of Galerie and aspire design and home. “With their support, we’ve
been given the opportunity to create this space to become a physical embodiment of
Galerie Magazine. We want to celebrate how art elevates everything and how these
various creative disciplines are inextricably linked.”
Proceeds from this year’s showhouse will benefit the construction of Stony Brook
Southampton Hospital’s new emergency center in East Hampton. This much-needed
the medical facility will greatly influence the availability of medical care to the easternmost
reaches of Long Island.
“Minutes matter when someone is having a heart attack or is suffering from an acute
condition and getting to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital in summer traffic can take an
hour or more,” says Mirella Cameran-Reilly, Southampton Hospital Foundation executive
director. “That is why we are so delighted to be on the brink of building this much-needed
the facility in the heart of East Hampton. It will transform healthcare for this town and the
surrounding areas including Montauk at the furthest point of Long Island.”
The 2021 Galerie House of Art and Design will kick off with a VIP event on August 6
followed by a public opening on August 7. The house will be available for viewings
through Labor Day, September 6.
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