International Photography Hall of Fame

The International Photography Hall of Fame in St. Louis, Missouri honors those who have made great contributions to the field of photography.[1] In 1977 the first Hall of Fame and Museum opened in Santa Barbara, California and a few years later, in 1983 moved to Oklahoma City.[2] IPHF is the first organization worldwide that recognizes significant contributors to the artistic craft and science of photography.[3]

International Photography Hall of Fame
Established1965
Location3415 Olive St, St. Louis, MO 63103
Coordinates38° 38' 12.984N 90° 13' 43.356W
Websitewww.iphf.org

In addition to an extensive collection of photographs and cameras, IPHF offers lectures and other educational opportunities; surrounding all aspects of photography, past, and present, for people of all ages.[4]

Hall of Fame inducteesEdit

The IPHF inductees artists and individuals that have changed the art industry with their photography or inventions.[5] IPHF has over 70 inductees and archives over 30,000 images.[6] Each year a nominating committee selects inductees based on their contributions to the art or science of photography and their impact on the history of photography.[7]

1966 InducteesEdit

1968 InducteesEdit

George Eastman Mathew B. Brady

1971 InducteesEdit

1973 InducteesEdit

1974 InducteesEdit

1976 InducteesEdit

1978 InducteesEdit

1979 InducteesEdit

Brassai[10] Gertrude Kasebier Peter Henry Emerson[11]

1980 InducteesEdit

• Adolf Fassbender Pirie MacDonald Victor Hasselblad[12]

1982 InducteesEdit

1984 InducteesEdit

Ansel Adams[13] August Sander Bill Brandt[14] Dorothea Lange Edward Weston[15] Eugene Atget
Imogen Cunningham James Van Der Zee Oskar Barnack Paul Strand Walker Evans[16] Yasuzo Nojima

1986 InducteesEdit

Andre Kertesz Clarence White[17] Diane Arbus Josef Sudek • Timothy O'Sullivan

1989 InducteesEdit

  • Paul Lindwood Gittings

1991 InducteesEdit

  • Dr. Edwin Herbert Land

2000 InducteesEdit

2001 InducteesEdit

Henri Cartier-Bresson Lewis Hine[19]

2002 InducteesEdit

Carleton Watkins Gordon Parks[20] Helmut Gernsheim[21]

2003 InducteesEdit

Andre Adolphe-Eugene Disderi Peter Dombrovskis

2004 InducteesEdit

Frederick Scott Archer[22] Robert Frank[23] Ruth Bernhard

2005 InducteesEdit

Beaumont Newhall Harold Edgerton[24] Manuel Alvarez Bravo[25]

2006 InducteesEdit

• Arnold Newman Richard Avedon[26]

2007 InducteesEdit

2013 InducteesEdit

2016 InducteesEdit

Annie Leibovitz[27] Ernst Haas[28] Graham Nash John Knoll[29] Ken Burns Margaret Bourke-White
Sebastiao Salgado Steve Jobs[30] Thomas Knoll Willard S. Boyle

2017 InducteesEdit

Anne Geddes[31] Cindy Sherman Edward Curtis • Ernest H. Brooks II Harry Benson James Nachtwey
Jerry Uelsmann Kenny Rogers[32] Ryszard Horowitz William Eggleston[33]

2018 InducteesEdit

Joe Rosenthal Joel Bernstein[34] John Sexton John Loengard Susan Meiselas • Walter Looss Jr.

2019 InducteesEdit

• Bruce Davidson[35] Elliott Erwitt[36] Julia Margaret Cameron Mary Ellen Mark • Olivia Parker Paul Nicklen[37]
Ralph Gibson[38] Steve McCurry Tony Vaccaro

CollectionEdit

The IPHF collection focuses on photographic works beginning from the 18th century to the present. In addition to photographs, the museum has a large collection of cameras, darkroom, and studio tools dating back to the late 1800s.[39] The entire collection consists of over 6,000 historical cameras and photography tools and 30,000 photographs.[40] Some of the 19th century photographic tools include Magic Lanterns, a Praxinoscope Theatre, and an Edison Projecting Kinetoscope.

Within the collection can be found a wide variety of photographic memorabilia from historic manuals on processes and techniques to monographs of notable photographers. [41]

ExhibitionsEdit

  • Restrospective, Phil Borges, October 2 – December 1, 2004[42]
  • Alaska Wild, December 1, 2004 – January 2, 2005
  • In Plain Sight, Beaumont Newhall, January 7 – April 3, 2005[43]
  • Stopping Time, Harold Edgerton, January 7 – April 3, 2005
  • Mestizjae, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, January 7 – April 3, 2005[44]
  • Photography of Hugh Scott, The Oklahoma City National Memorial, 10 Years Remembering, April 9 – July 3, 2005
  • An Itinerant Eye, James Walden, July 9 – December 31, 2005
  • A Life In Photography, Arnold Newman, July 9 – December 31, 2005
  • Nicholas Orzio's Occupied Japan, Nicholas Orzio, February 16 – May 8, 2017[45]
  • Vivian Maier, Vivian Maier, February 18 – May 31, 2018[46]
  • Cabbagetown, Oraien Catledge, January 23 – April 1, 2019
  • 40th Year Anniversary: Nanjing-St. Louis Sister City: Retrospective, April 27 – July 6, 2019[47]
  • Moment By Moment, John Loengard, July 20 – September 9, 2019[48]
  • 2019 Hall of Fame Induction and Awards Exhibition, November 2, 2019 – March 7, 2020[49]

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