Amy Wexler is Chief Marketing Officer for Christie’s where she is responsible for the strategic direction of Christie’s global Marketing division, focusing on building and engaging audiences, delivering integrated, innovative marketing campaigns and global brand management.
Amy first joined Christie’s in 1996 and during her Christie’s career has held a series of senior marketing and business-getting roles. Before being named Deputy Chief Marketing Officer in 2015, Amy had a leadership role in Business Development where she worked alongside Christie’s executive team, specialists and senior leaders. Notable projects across a range of art categories have included the respective collections of: Adele and Ferdinand Bloch-Bauer, Mrs. Sidney F. Brody, Michael Crichton, Doris Duke, the Fujita Museum (Japan), Robert Ellsworth, George Michael, David Pincus, and Elizabeth Taylor.
Most recently, Amy led the integrated marketing activities for the record-breaking Collection of Peggy and David Rockefeller, which raised a record-breaking $832 million as the most significant philanthropic event in auction history, and An American Place: The Barney A. Ebsworth Collection, the most important selection of American Modernism ever offered at auction.
Originally from California, Amy has lived in England and India and holds a B.A. degree from Barnard College, Columbia University. She is based in New York City.