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Top exhibitions of 2016 made emotional mark

Detail of Kenneth Lavallee’s Peacock, Ram and Hunter, part of Enendaman/Mnminigook at Aceartinc.</p>
Top exhibitions of 2016
GREG GALLINGER / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES</p><p>Taking it to the Grave, a ‘living funeral’ performance piece by Andrew Henderson and Eroca Nicols, predated Henderson’s death by just a couple of days.</p>
Sculptor Oviloo Tunillie’s Oviloo in Hospital at the WAG.</p>
Vancouver artist Ho Tam’s exhibition at Plug In was affecting.</p>
Kim Beom’s Yellow Scream was part of his Continuing Education exhibition.</p>
Daniel Barrow’s Dark Watercolours.</p>
Our bodies, ourselves by Erica Mendritzki.</p>
Detail of Kenneth Lavallee’s Peacock, Ram and Hunter, part of Enendaman/Mnminigook at Aceartinc.

GREG GALLINGER / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES

Taking it to the Grave, a ‘living funeral’ performance piece by Andrew Henderson and Eroca Nicols, predated Henderson’s death by just a couple of days.

Sculptor Oviloo Tunillie’s Oviloo in Hospital at the WAG.

Vancouver artist Ho Tam’s exhibition at Plug In was affecting.

Kim Beom’s Yellow Scream was part of his Continuing Education exhibition.

Daniel Barrow’s Dark Watercolours.

Our bodies, ourselves by Erica Mendritzki.

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Updated on Thursday, December 29, 2016 at 8:34 AM CST: Adds photos

8:44 AM: Adds slideshow

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