A former Condé Nast publisher has been hired as the president of Galerie, a 4-year-old art and design magazine started by James Cohen, the head of Hudson News magazine wholesaler, and his wife Lisa, who is the publication’s editorial director.
Beth Fuchs Brenner — who ran Self when it was still a Condé Nast print magazine and then served as publisher of Domino — has been tapped as the first-ever president of Galerie.
Brenner appears to be replacing Mara Gredick, who was the chief revenue officer at Galerie but left at the end of November.
“This is an evolution, not a fixer-upper,” said Brenner. “The whole team has set a great foundation. I just have to get it to the next level.”
Reached at Art Basel in Miami Tuesday where Galerie was doing an event at the Margulies private art warehouse collection, Cohen said he expects the magazine to turn its first profit by the end of 2020.
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