International Photography Hall of Fame reveals inductees

‘V-J Day in Times Square (The Kiss),’ New York City, 1945 © Alfred Eisenstaedt/Magnum Photos

ST. LOUIS (PRNewswire) – The International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum is has announced its 2020 class of Photography Hall of Fame inductees, which will be added to the Hall of Fame and Museum, located in the Grand Center Arts District in St. Louis.

The IPHF annually awards and inducts notable photographers or photography industry visionaries for their artistry, innovation and significant contributions to the art and science of photography. This year, IPHF will host its first-ever hybrid live/virtual induction ceremony in which a worldwide audience will be able to join online on Friday, Oct. 30.

2020 Honorees to be inducted into the Hall of Fame include:

In addition, legendary rock music photographer Henry Diltz will be presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award and photographic agency Magnum Photos will receive the Leadership Award.

For 55 years, the International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum has been the only hall of fame worldwide that recognizes and honors significant contributors to the artistic craft and science of photography. In addition to its commitment to the Photography Hall of Fame, the IPHF is a nonprofit organization with the purpose of celebrating the achievements of the inventors, pioneers and pivotal artists throughout the history of photography. The IPHF has preserved the art of photography and its contribution to modern civilization since 1965 and is the proud home to over 2,000 historical cameras and 30,000 images.

The IPHF is located in the Grand Center Arts District at 3415 Olive St. St. Louis, MO 63103. More information on the International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum can be found at www.iphf.org.