A view of Newport, Rhode Island, from new hotel Gardiner House.
Photo: Nick Mele

Editor in Chief Jacqueline Terrebonne Shares Galerie’s Summer 2024 Issue

The Artful Escapes issue offers a look into designers' favorite destinations such as Tangier, Newport, and the Hamptons, as well as transportive interiors by Peter Marino, Francis Sultana, Holly Hunt, and more

Wearing earrings from the L’Été de la Mer collection by Nina Runsdorf. Photo: Melanie Dunea

When traveling, I like a super-packed schedule. Itineraries get dissected into the smallest increments to fit in as many museum exhibitions, gallery shows, architectural tours, restaurants, and, of course, shops as physically possible.

But no matter how many must-sees get checked off the agenda, there’s always that feeling that I’ve missed something. After the copious amount of frequent-flier miles I’ve accrued, that feeling now fills me with a giddy excitement because I understand the joy of having a reason to go back.

This issue, with its special focus on travel, is just as packed, and I hope it gives you that same sensation of wanting to return—for more discoveries, more cultural exploration, and more inspiration. 

A view of Newport, Rhode Island, from new hotel Gardiner House. Photo: Nick Mele

We talk to insiders about the places they call home (at least some of the year) and get their favorite things to see and do: hotelier Howard Cushing on Newport, Rhode Island; designer Veere Grenney on Tangier, Morocco; and artist Renée Cox on the Hamptons, New York. Plus, we check in with luminaries from the art world on their plans for summer vacation.

And it doesn’t stop there—our editors have so many fabulous ideas they didn’t all fit into these pages, so head to galeriemagazine.com for our digital-only dispatches. You’ll also want to subscribe to our newsletter, which delivers all the latest stories straight to your inbox, including our Hotel of the Week, a special report on a new and noteworthy spot worth checking in.

A George Condo artwork surmounts a Mattia Bonetti console in a Francis Sultana–designed retreat. Photo: Richard Powers

An Andy Warhol diamond dust painting in a home in Lebanon designed by Peter Marino. Photo: Manolo Yllera

Wherever my journeys take me, I always find that the most magical and informative moments happen when I’m invited into someone’s home. That look at how people choose to embrace a place and interpret it through their own lens cannot be compared. Luckily, we have some extraordinary examples of those private spaces here as well, from a Francis Sultana–designed retreat on France’s Côte d’Azur so bright and cheery the rays of sunshine practically bounce off the page to a sharp-edged architectural masterpiece by Peter Marino that deftly contrasts with the craggy landscape of the Lebanon Mountains, which is featured in his new book, Ten Modern Houses (Phaidon). So come along with us for the ride—and let Galerie spark your next adventure.

A version of this article first appeared in print in our 2024 Summer Issue. Subscribe to the magazine.

Cover: A view of Newport, Rhode Island, from new hotel Gardiner House.
Photo: Nick Mele


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