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Image of Candace Huey
Image of Candace Huey

Candace Huey, Head Curator

Candace Huey is an interdisciplinary curator and art historian with years of experience conceptualizing and implementing compelling and engaging arts exhibitions and programming for local and international institutions, private entities, corporations, and non-profit organizations. She founded re.riddle, an experimental contemporary art gallery that showcases exhibitions and installations worldwide. Candace has worked for the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Bonham's auction house, Alameda County Arts Commission, and various art galleries in the Bay Area. As an independent curator, she conceptualized exhibitions for Consulado General de México and España, Consulat Général de France, Villa Albertine San Francisco, Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco and public exhibitions in Chicago, London, Paris and France.

Candace holds degrees in Art History from The Courtauld in London and U.C. Berkeley, and has presented her academic research on seventeenth-century Dutch Art at renowned conferences in the United States and the Netherlands. Most recently, she was full-time faculty teaching graduate and undergraduate Art History courses at a private university. Candace is co-chair of SECA Council at SFMOMA, on the Northern California Chapter Leadership Committee of ArtTable, and an active member of Artadia San Francisco Council, Headlands Center for the Arts and San Francisco Art Dealers Association.

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