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This article is taken from PN Review 228, Volume 42 Number 4, March - April 2016.

Photographs Hannah Devereux
Myvatn (i)


Myvatn (i), Hannah Devereux 2012, archival photographic print, size variable



Line


Line, 2014, archival photographic print, size variable



Steam and Snow (i)


Steam and Snow (i), 2014, archival photographic print, size variable



Untitled (Alaska)


Untitled (Alaska), 2012, archival photographic print, size variable



Chapel Craggs (ii)


Chapel Craggs (ii), 2015, archival photographic print, size variable



Darken (vi)


Darken (vi), 2012, archival photographic print, size variable

HANNAH DEVEREUX is a visual artist based in London. Born in Lincoln in 1988, she studied at University College Falmouth and Byam Shaw School of Art, Central St. Martins. Her work explores the possibility of abstraction in landscape.
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