Copyright 2010

Julia Haft-Candell
b. Oakland, California
Lives in Los Angeles, California

2016 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture
2010 California State University Long Beach, Master of Fine Arts
2005 University of California Davis, BA: Studio Art and International Relations

Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions
Denim Chain on Trees, Bowtie Project, Los Angeles California
Double Knot, Ochi Projects, Los Angeles, California
Sculptures on the Roof, Rosslyn Studios, Los Angeles, California
Loops, Iko Iko, Los Angeles, California
Fast and Slow, CSUF Grand Central Art Center, Santa Ana, California
Farewell Ruins, Inman Gallery, Houston, Texas
Terrains, ACME., Los Angeles, California
Flower Vessels by Julia Haft-Candell, Iko Iko, West Hollywood, California
Julia Haft-Candell and Ben Demott, Jane Hartsook Gallery, Greenwich House Pottery, New York, New York
Julia Haft-Candell at ACME, ACME., Los Angeles, California
String Theory, Huntington Beach Art Center, Huntington Beach, California
Systems, Ventura College Art Gallery, Ventura, California

Selected Group Exhibitions
The Brightsiders, Verge Center for the Arts, Sacramento, California
No Rules, No Rules, Franklin Parrasch, New York, New York
Uncommon Ground, Fellows of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California
A Marginal Tic, Fourteen 30 Contemporary, Portland, Oregon
The Treachery of Images, Fine Art Center Gallery, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas
Highland Park Museum of Ceramic Art, Monte Vista Projects, Los Angeles, California
Kill All Zombies, The Property, Los Angeles, California
PP 2, Secret Recipe, Los Angeles, California
Where the Sand Worm Slumbers, Charlie James Gallery, Los Angeles, California
Sight Unseen Offsite, 200 Lafayette Street, New York, New York
ArtWatch 2014: Young Careers SB to Greater LA, Westmont Ridley-Tree Art Museum, Santa Barbara, California
Sculpting in Time, Glendale College Art Gallery, Glendale, California
Corporeal Impulse, Vincent Price Art Museum, Monterey Park, California
Sight Unseen Offsite, 200 Lafayette Street, New York, NY
Heroes, Carter & Citizen, Los Angeles, California
Garden Party, Fellows of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California
High Low, Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine, California
Chockablock, University Art Museum, California State University Long Beach
USPS-LA, Houston Community College Art Gallery, Houston, Texas
Paper Space: Drawings by Sculptors, Inman Gallery, Houston, Texas
Out of Line, Richard L. Nelson Gallery, University of California Davis
Drawing on the Psyche, Elephant Art Space, Los Angeles, California
Chiasmus: Zones of Political and Aesthetic Imagination, University Art Gallery,University of California Irvine
Mind Over Matter Muelensteen Gallery, New York, New York
Works of Paper, ACME., Los Angeles, California
Los Angeles Museum of Ceramic Art at ACME, ACME., Los Angeles, California
Project Space: Migration, National Council on Education for the Ceramics Arts Conference 2011, Tampa, Florida
Breakdown, Guggenheim Gallery, Chapman University, Orange, California
Tubular, Pacific Design Center, West Hollywood, California
Point of Departure, East/West Galleries, Texas Women’s University, Denton, Texas
Common Thread, Coastline College Art Gallery, Huntington Beach, California

George Melrod, “Julia Haft-Candell,” Art Ltd., March 2016
Andrianna Campbell, “Kill All Zombies,” Critics’ Picks, November 2015
Leah Ollman, “Questions This Clay Asks,” 2015 Scripps College 71st Ceramic Annual
Exhibition Essay, January 2015
Jennifer Ortiz, “Rising Artists of the West Coast Featured in Artwatch 2014,” Santa Barbara Seasons Magazine, September 24, 2014
Retha Oliver, “‘Corporeal Impulse’ at the Vincent Price Art Museum,” Glasstire,
April 4, 2014
A. Moret, “Julia Haft-Candell: ‘Terrains’ at ACME,” Art Ltd., March 2013
Meredith Deliso, “Finding Beauty in the Imperfect at Inman Gallery,” The Houston Press, February 26, 2013
Leah Ollman, “The Happy Medium,” Art in America, December 2012
Juli Carson, “Across the Political/Poetic Divide,” CHIASMUS Zones of Political and Aesthetic Imagination Exhibition Essay, February 2012
Brooke Hodge, “Iko Iko Goes West,” Seeing Things Blog, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, August 11, 2011
Christopher Miles, “All in the Lines,” String Theory Exhibition Essay
David Pagel, “Art Review- Julia Haft-Candell at ACME,” Los Angeles Times, May 5, 2011
Lyra Kilston, “Los Angeles Museum of Ceramic Art,” critics pick, January 20, 2011
David Pagel, “Art Review- ‘Los Angeles Museum of Ceramic Art’ at ACME,”
Los Angeles Times, January 13, 2011
Doug Harvey, “Green Room Wormhole Sideshow” Tubular Exhibition Essay

CCI Quick Grant, Center for Cultural Innovation, Los Angeles, CA
Investing in Artists Grant, Center for Cultural Innovation, Los Angeles
Artists’ Resource for Completion Grant, Center for Cultural Innovation, Los Angeles
Hoff Foundation Grant, Huntington Beach, California
Award for Distinguished Achievement in Creative Activity, California State University Long Beach
Marilyn Werby MFA Exhibition Scholarship, California State University Long Beach