founder and principal, Candace Huey, brings her extensive knowledge of and
experience in the art world to her projects. Huey has worked for the Fine Arts
Museums of San Francisco, Bonham’s auction house, Alameda County Arts
Commission and various galleries in the Bay Area where she curated exhibitions
showcasing the work of 20th century masters and contemporary artists. As an
independent curator, she conceptualized and produced exhibitions for cultural
institutions such as Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco, Consulado General
de México, Consulado General de España, and Consulat Général de France, San
Francisco. She consults on collection portfolio and development for private
clients in San Francisco, Hong Kong, Chicago, London and Paris.
Huey holds degrees from The Courtauld in London and U.C.
Berkeley, and has presented her academic research on 17th century Dutch Art at
renowned conferences in the United States and the Netherlands. She currently teaches art history at a
private university, sits on the executive council for SECA SFMoMA, de Young
Museum College Programs Advisory, ArtTable and is an active member of Artadia
San Francisco Council and Headlands Center for the Arts.