Hours of Idleness-A Photographer's Journey in St. Louis

International Photography Hall of Fame

Posted in art, photography by Jason Gray on October 10, 2013


As I reported last January, the International Photography Hall of Fame has made its way to St. Louis, and its Grand Opening was last Friday. This excellent Museum houses over 30,000 photographic prints, from the likes of Ansel Adams, Henri Cartier-Bresson, and Man Ray, and stores over 6,000 historically significant objects relating to photography (including a veritable “in the flesh” history of the camera). The Museum allowed Photo Flood Saint Louis to take a behind the scenes peek before the public, and those images are published here.

If you haven’t been out yet to see the new International Photography Hall of Fame, you should definitely put it high on your to do list.


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