Top 10 Memorable Art Shows of 2006

 Kenneth J. Hale: New Works on Paper
"Kenneth J. Hale: New Works on Paper"

1) "Kenneth J. Hale: New Works on Paper" (Slugfest)

2) "Eric Zimmerman: Simplon Pass" (Art Palace)

3) Deborah Roberts and John Livingston, "New Works" (Studio 107)

4) "Chris Reno: Alectromachy" (Concordia University Art Gallery)

5) "Katalin Hausel: Leaf" (Gallery 3)

6) "Celebrated Skin" (Butridge Gallery) Christina Hiett, curator

7) Birgitta Bjerke, Jenny Hart, and Whitney Lee, "Fabricated" (Gallery Lombardi)

8) Jason Villegas, "Repressed Burial Fantasy" (Okay Mountain)

9) Carla Herrera-Prats and Ursula Dávila Villa, "The Burden of Decision" (testsite)

10) "Christo and Jeanne-Claude: The Würth Museum Collection" (Austin Museum of Art)

Runners up:

11) Jules Buck Jones and Caitlin Haskell, "Beast-Footed Feathered Serpents" (testsite)

12) Peat Duggins, "The Moment That Changed My Life Forever" (Art Palace)

13) Liz Ward, "Aqueous" (Women & Their Work)

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