Karl Huber

Karl Huber


Karl Huber
(January 25, 1898- July 9, 1985)

Professionally active between the late 1920s into the 1960s, Karl Huber’s most distinctive images were made in the 1920s and 1930s when the world was vast and the artform was young. Huber chronicled the development of the city of Vancouver, British Columbia: his adopted home and a place he loved. He also tramped around all over North America, living the hobo life during the Great Depression, riding the rails and while working in lumber camps, orchards and other jobs available to migrant workers while visually documenting his experiences.



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