Herzog, Fred

Herzog, Fred | Person | Vancouver’s desire for constant renewal and flux lends special weight to street photographers who can capture and entrench a sense of place within a specific time. No one has ever done it better than Fred Herzog, one of our most treasured artists. His portfolio is superbly comprehensive in its treatment of our changing city.

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