Phillips auction house announced that Dina Amin, a former senior director and senior specialist for postwar and contemporary art at Christie’s, has been appointed senior director and head of the twentieth-century and contemporary art department, Europe.
As head of the London-based department, Amin will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of Phillips’ twentieth-century and contemporary auctions, including cultivating networks among collectors, dealers, and curators to increase the auction house’s presence in Europe as well as the Middle East.
CEO Edward Dolman said, “Dina is a well-established and respected expert internationally and will be a transformative addition to our team. By expanding our specialist teams and building a global platform, we are uniquely positioned to work with collectors in a more comprehensive way across all of our company initiatives.”
For two decades, Amin worked in various positions at Christie’s, including head of the evening auction and day sales for postwar and contemporary art, and business development manager for the Middle East.