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Devon Hanofski: 2017-18 recipient of the Misanchuk Memorial Award

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Sep 27, 2018

Image by Devon Hanofski

Congratulations to Devon Hanofski, 2017-18 recipient of the Misanchuk Memorial Award! This past July, Devon embarked on a 3-week exploration of railways in North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon and California in search of early traces of a form of underground communication known as "monikers" - grafitti left by hobos and tramps on depots, water tanks, and under bridges following the expansion of the North American railroad. Devon will be delivering a talk on his exploration at the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery, September 27, 12:00 noon. 

 

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