Christie’s International recently announced several new appointments.
NEW YORK—Christie’s International recently announced several new appointments:
• Amy Cappellazzo, senior vice president and international cohead of postwar and contemporary art, has been appointed deputy chair of Christie’s Americas.
• Jeanne Sloane, also named deputy chair of Christie’s Americas, will continue in her current roles as senior vice president and head of the silver and vertu department at Christie’s Americas.
• Elizabeth Dunlap is Christie’s new chief human resources officer, based in New York. She comes to her new position from Godiva Chocolatier, a division of the Campbell Soup Company, where she had overseen human resources since 2001.
• Karen Gray has been named general counsel, art business, Americas, following Christie’s creation of a global and legal risk-management service team. Gray, formerly of Reuters America, “will oversee all legal affairs in the Americas for Christie’s art-related activities, including private sales, and will coordinate the delivery of all other aspects of legal and risk-management services,” Christie’s says. She also will work closely with the company’s restitution department.