Our Team | Phillips
  • Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

    • Edward Dolman

      Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

      +1 212 940 1241

      Edward Dolman was appointed Executive Chairman in September 2021. Mr. Dolman joined Phillips as Chief Executive Officer in 2014, with over three decades of experience in the art world. In his seven years as Chief Executive Officer, he guided the company through a period of impressive expansion. This includes the recruitment of numerous globally-respected senior experts, the growth of a worldwide network of regional offices and representatives in the Americas, Europe and Asia and the opening of the new headquarters in London’s Berkeley Square. He was also responsible for the expansion of the business into Asia, with the opening of a sales room in Hong Kong which established Phillips as a major competitor in the region.


      Mr. Dolman also oversaw the formation of the 20th century art department, combining modern, post war, contemporary, and Latin American art in sales aligned to the taste of a new community of global collectors; the launch of a market-leading watch department; and the creation of a Private Sales team. He was responsible for an unprecedented period of innovation for the company through his digital-first approach.


      During his tenure, overall sales at the company more than doubled and in 2021, he was appointed Executive Chairman of Phillips’ Group of Companies. In this role, Mr. Dolman continues to work in developing company business strategy and support business-getting efforts across the organization.


      Prior to joining Phillips, Mr. Dolman served as Director of the office of Her Excellency Sheikha Al Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani, Chairperson of the Qatar Museums Authority. In 2012 Mr. Dolman was also appointed Acting Chief Executive Officer of the Qatar Museums. While in these roles Mr. Dolman developed a wide-ranging ten-year strategic plan for the development of arts and culture in the State of Qatar and focused on the development of a cultural diplomacy program which included the highly successful 2013 Qatar/UK Year of Culture.


      Prior to working with Qatar Museums, Mr. Dolman served as Chairman of the Board of Christie’s International, focusing on global business development and client relationships, while also helping guide Christie’s to record revenue. He had previously served as the Company’s Chief Executive Officer, a position he held for 11 years, leading the business through an unprecedented era of growth driven by the shift to modernism and a rapidly expanding global client base. During this time he also oversaw some of the most important auctions of recent times, including the Gaffe Collection on behalf of UNICEF in 2001, the sale of five works by Gustav Klimt restituted to Maria Altman and her family by the Austrian State in 2006, and the groundbreaking Yves Saint Laurent sale in 2009. Mr. Dolman directed Christie’s new business development and strategy, enhanced global operations, and shaped and implemented many innovative initiatives including the rapid expansion in China and the Middle East, and the introduction of live on-line bidding. Mr. Dolman’s 27-year career at Christie’s included earlier roles as Managing Director of Christie’s Europe, Managing Director of Christie’s Americas, and Managing Director of Christie’s Amsterdam.


      Mr. Dolman was educated at Dulwich College and Southampton University. He continued his studies in the connoisseurship, appreciation and history of the decorative arts at the Study Centre for Fine and Decorative Arts in London.


      Mr. Dolman has been awarded the Légion d’Honneur as Chevalier in May 2007, and in 2011 was elevated to the distinguished position of Officier de la Légion d’Honneur by French President Sarkozy. He has also served as a board member of a number of organizations including the International Advisory Board of Qatar Museums, the Governing Board of the Courtauld Institute, the Seoul International Business Advisory Council, and Sailors for the Sea, an environmental charity.


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  • Global Chairwoman

    • Cheyenne Westphal

      Global Chairwoman

      +44 20 7318 4044

      Cheyenne Westphal joined Phillips as Global Chairwoman in March 2017. She is one of the most experienced contemporary art professionals in the market today. Cheyenne oversees all aspects of Phillips and works closely with Edward Dolman, Executive Chairman. In alignment with Phillips’ global leadership team and specialist departments, Cheyenne builds the company’s brand, increasing Phillips’ growth and market share in 20th century and contemporary art globally. In 2023, Cheyenne is approaching her sixth anniversary as Global Chairwoman of Phillips. Phillips had a remarkable year in 2022, which marked the most successful annual sales total in company history for the second consecutive year.


      Under Cheyenne’s leadership, Phillips achieves new milestones, breaking new records at every opportunity, including those for Peter Doig (Rosedale, $28.8 million), Mark Bradford (Helter Skelter I, $11.9 million) and Robert Motherwell (At Five in the Afternoon, $12.6 million), among many others, as well as top prices for Jean-Michel Basquiat (Untitled, $85 million), Pablo Picasso (La Dormeuse, $57 million), Martin Kippenberger (Ohne Titel (aus der Serie Das Floß der Medusa), $11 million) and Gerhard Richter (Dϋsenjäger, $20 million).


      Cheyenne joined Phillips from Sotheby’s, where she oversaw every major contemporary art auction at Sotheby’s in Europe, which led to auction records which still stand to this day for artists like Gerhard Richter, Sigmar Polke, Piero Manzoni, and Alberto Burri, among many others. Cheyenne was named Board Director in 2002, Chairman of the Contemporary Art Department in 2006, and appointed to her worldwide role in 2014. Cheyenne also presided over the most successful contemporary art auction in Europe in July 2015, which achieved a record-breaking $203.6 million.


      In addition to her role at Phillips Cheyenne is currently on the board of The Association for Women in the Arts.


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  • Deputy Chief Executive Officer

    • Amanda Lo Iacono

      Deputy Chief Executive Officer

      +1 212 940 1278

    • Amanda Lo Iacono was appointed Phillips’ Deputy CEO in January 2024.

       

      With well-over a decade of experience in the arts and finance spheres, Amanda has played a pivotal role in spearheading Phillips’ 20th Century & Contemporary Art Department’s growth. Since joining the company in 2016, she held the roles of Business Manager, Head of Evening Sale, and Head of Department before being promoted to Global Managing Director for the 20th Century & Contemporary Art department in 2022.

       

      Under her tenure, Phillips’ New York Evening Sales achieved numerous records and industry-leading sell-through rates in excess of 90% by lot and value. Underscoring Amanda’s relationships in the collecting community, she has consigned several important works by blue-chip artists, including Mark Rothko, Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Barbara Hepworth, Jean Dubuffet, Carmen Herrera, Damien Hirst, and Amy Sherald.

       

      In 2023, Amanda was responsible for spearheading the launch of Phillips’ Dropshop, an innovative new digital platform offering limited-edition releases of primary market art and objects in partnership with the artists, collaborators, and brands defining contemporary culture. Creators who are featured on Dropshop receive a resale royalty commission for any work purchased from the platform that is subsequently re-offered at Phillips—an industry first.

       

      Prior to joining Phillips, she held specialist positions on Christie’s Post-War & Contemporary team during a period of record-breaking sales. In her time at Christie’s, she also spearheaded the expansion of Online Sales in Europe.

       

      Before to embarking on her career in the art world, Amanda was an Associate at J.P. Morgan Asset Management where she assisted in managing a portfolio of 20 funds in the Global Multi-Asset Group with assets under management of over $3.5 billion.

       

      Amanda gained a BA with Honours in History of Art from Oxford University and an MA with Distinction in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute, where she focused on Modern and Postmodern art with specialization in Surrealism.

       

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  • Chairman, President and Senior Advisors

  • Deputy Chairmen and Chairwomen

    • Robert Manley

      Deputy Chairman and Worldwide Co-Head of 20th Century & Contemporary Art

      rmanley@phillips.com

      +1 212 940 1358

    • Peter Sumner

      Deputy Chairman, Europe, and Senior International Specialist, 20th Century & Contemporary Art

      psumner@phillips.com

      +44 20 7318 4063

    • Miety Heiden

      Deputy Chairwoman and Head of Private Sales

      mheiden@phillips.com

      +1 917 340 5075

    • Vanessa Hallett

      Deputy Chairwoman, Americas and Worldwide Head of Photographs

      vhallett@phillips.com

      +1 212 940 1243

    • Vivian Pfeiffer

      Deputy Chairman, Americas and Head of Business Development

      vpfeiffer@phillips.com

      +1 212 940 1392

    • Marianne Hoet

      Head of Business Development and Deputy Chairwoman, Europe

      marianne.hoet@phillips.com

      +32(0)473452914

    • Jeremiah Evarts

      Deputy Chairman, Americas, Senior International Specialist, 20th Century & Contemporary Art

      jevarts@phillips.com

      +1 917 304 4329

    • Cary Leibowitz

      Deputy Chairman and Worldwide Co-Head of Editions

      cleibowitz@phillips.com

      +1 212 940 1222

    • Kelly Troester

      Deputy Chairwoman and Worldwide Co-Head of Editions

      ktroester@phillips.com

      +1 212 940 1221

    • Scott Nussbaum

      Deputy Chairman, Americas and Senior International Specialist, 20th Century & Contemporary Art

      snussbaum@phillips.com

      +1 212 940 1354

    • Kevie Yang

      Deputy Chairwoman, Americas and Senior International Specialist

      kyang@phillips.com

      +1 212 940 1254

    • Paul Boutros

      Deputy Chairman, Watches, Head of Watches, Americas and International Strategy Advisor

      pboutros@phillips.com

      +1 212 940 1293

    • Thomas Perazzi

      Deputy Chairman, Watches, Head of Watches, Asia

      thomasperazzi@phillips.com

      +852 2318 2030

    • Alexandre Ghotbi

      Deputy Chairman, Watches, Head of Watches, Europe, and Middle East

      aghotbi@phillips.com

      +41 22 317 81 81

    • James Marks

      Deputy Chairman, Watches, International Head of Perpetual

      jmarks@phillips.com

      +44 20 7901 7916

  • 20th Century & Contemporary Art

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    New York

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      Cologne

    • Dr. Alice Meiré

      Specialist, 20th Century & Contemporary Art, Germany

      ameire@phillips.com

      +49 173 25 111 69

    Milan

    • Carolina Lanfranchi

      Senior international Specialist, Consultant, 20th Century & Contemporary Art and Regional Director, Italy

      clanfranchi@phillips.com

      +39 338 924 1720

    • Margherita Solaini

      Specialist, Associate Director

      msolaini@phillips.com

      +39 340 3695226

      Munich

    • Tobias Sirtl

      Specialist, 20th Century & Contemporary Art Department

      TSirtl@phillips.com

      +49 151 4192 6447

    Paris

      Portugal

    • Maura Marvão

      International Specialist, 20th Century & Contemporary Art, Portugal & Spain

      mmarvao@phillips.com

      +351 917 564 427

    Shanghai

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  • Jewels

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  • Client Advisory

    London

      Cologne

    • Dr. Anika Aulbach

      Administrator and Client Liaison, Germany

      aaulbach@phillips.com

      +49 (0)176 62423626

    New York

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