Wexler Gallery

About Wexler Gallery

Challenging traditional labels, Wexler Gallery exhibits artwork that coexists in multiple disciplines and traditions. Questioning and testing the boundaries of craft, design, and fine art, Wexler Gallery aims to present work that consistently celebrates formal innovation and conceptual content as much as aesthetic beauty.

Wexler Gallery opened in 2000 in the historic district of Old City in Philadelphia and later expanded its presence to New York City in 2018. Since its inception, the gallery has proudly showcased extraordinary work by both established artists and the emerging talent of today.



Lewis & Sherri Wexler

Gallery owner, Lewis Wexler, began his career in the arts in the late 1980s as Assistant Vice President of 20th Century Decorative Arts at Christie’s auction house in New York City. Following his work at Christie’s, Lewis worked with world-renowned French art Deco dealer Anthony Delorenzo at his Madison Avenue gallery. He has lectured extensively throughout the United States at institutions including The Smithsonian’s Renwick Gallery, The Furniture Society Conference, UBS’ Annual Global Media & Communications Conference, and SOFA Chicago (Sculptural Objects Functional Art fair). He has been featured in various national publications and appeared on the cover of Art & Antiques magazine in October 2005. Committed to the promotion of finely crafted work that pushes the perception of art, craft, and Design, Lewis has also been on the jury to select work for important exhibitions throughout the US.

Gallery owner, Sherri Apter Wexler, began her career in the arts working with various art galleries and photojournalism agency Magnum Photos, before landing at Christie’s auction house in New York. At Christie’s, Sherri spent several years researching and cataloguing Contemporary, Latin American and Modern prints. Later, Sherri committed herself professionally to the field of video and film production. An award winning video producer/director, Sherri produced and directed many projects for clients such as Comcast, Xerox, HBO and Showtime before re-entering the art world. She has spent the past ten years at Wexler Gallery.  Sherri graduated Summa Cum Laude from Washington University in Saint Louis and is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa honors society. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of JDRF (formerly Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) and is the Outreach Chair for the Eastern Pennsylvania JDRF chapter.

Associate Director, Cate Andrews, has more than a decade of experience in the New York design world and a Master’s Degree in Art Business from Sotheby’s Institute of Art. She has overseen public and private commissions and installations throughout the US and abroad and helped launch numerous design initiatives. Cate is a founding board member of the Female Design Council and a founder of Live Arts, a community theater in Charlottesville, Virginia. Her passion for modern art and design was ignited early by visits to the East Wing of the National Gallery in Washington, DC, as a child.

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Sales associate, Samantha Goldberg is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh. She worked as a leading personal sales consultant for Barneys New York for 18 years, and is the founder and designer of her eponymous line of jewelry.  Sam Goldberg Jewelry debuted in 2006 with a collection of one of a kind druzy quartz pieces and ten years later, she continued to expand her line with the launch of her diamond and sterling silver statement pieces.  Samantha has always been passionate about art and design. She has traveled to over 50 countries studying contemporary art in destinations such as Sri Lanka, Cuba, Shanghai, Moscow and the South of France.

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Preparator and Graphic Designer, Nick Lenker, studied ceramics at the University of the Arts and holds a Master’s Degree from the Tyler School of Art. He is a resident artist at The Clay Studio and has had solo projects at Pageant Gallery, Bodega, Practice Gallery and Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia.

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Gallery Associate, Camila Alejandra Rondon, is a Georgetown University graduate. Her introduction to the arts began at a young age, thanks to a father taking her to every museum in the DMV. Her education took shape at the Corcoran Museum and College of Arts and Design in the heart of Washington, DC., now part of George Washington University. She completed a degree in Art Studies, a dual degree in art history and fine art. Upon completing her undergraduate degree, she joined the Museum Studies Masters program at Georgetown and entered the world of art fairs and auctions as a student at Sotheby’s Art Institute through a certificate program. She has worked with institutions as an administrator and curator across the DC area, getting to know the artists and key members of the DC arts scene. Most recently she worked in support of the mission of the White House Historical Association as assistant to the VP of Retail Sales and Strategy, and the retail department’s administrative manager.

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